Plumbing & Mechanical caught up recently with Quality Service Contractors President Dan Callies of Milwaukee, Wisconsin-based Oak Creek Plumbing about PHCC’s professional network’s upcoming Power Meeting to be held this week, March 20-22 in Kansas City, Missouri at the Intercontinental Hotel Kansas City at the Plaza in Kansas City, Missouri. Callies gives PM readers here a glimpse of the new Power Meeting format and what attendees can expect in Kansas City.
DC: We have had a lot of great Power Meetings. I’ve been part of it the last 20 years. We had our last one at CONNECT in Albuquerque and then one before that in Savannah, Georgia. Those were as good as any other meetings we’ve had, but in some respects it’s the same meeting we had the first time I went to one. This one in Kansas City is going to be different. We’re rolling out a workshop format. It will be different and will provide some very strong takeaways. Rather than having a little bit of a really great topic, we’re taking a major topic and we are doing some deep dives.