A charity event and “HVAC Technology” seminar will feature a triple threat of speakers: Dan Holohan, Robert Bean and John Barba

For a small fee this fall, plumbing, heating and radiant contractors can enrich their lives through education and community, as all proceeds for a one-day seminar and trade show event will go to the Avon “Walk For Breast Cancer” fund.

Sponsored by the Central Massachusetts Chapter of the PHCC, on Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2005, at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Natick, Mass., “A Journey In Hydronics” seminar will feature a well-rounded group of speakers and industry experts: Dan Holohan, Robert Bean and John Barba.

  • Bean, HVAC engineer extraordinaire, will talk about “Healthy Heating.”

  • Holohan, PM columnist and hydronics guru, will present “Technology Is No Longer An Up-Sell Concept.”

  • Barba, Wirsbo's training expert, will speak on “Radiant Heat, the Best Way to Heat a Home.”
The Portland Group technology trade show will run from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. It will feature the industry's latest offerings from manufacturers such as Burnham, Weil McLain, Munchkin, A.O. Smith, Taco, Fujitsu and more.

Space and registration is limited to only 350 attendees. Register via e-mail to Sandra Galloway at the Portland Group: seg@theportlandgroug.com. The cost for the whole day is $100. The fee includes attendance to all four courses and lunch. The trade show is open to all.