After a few years’ hiatus, Dan Holohan's Wetstock will return in 2008 in Denver.
This popular radiant and hydronic networking event is slated for Saturday, April 12 at the Radisson Hotel Denver Southwest. Attendees will be invited to participate in roundtable discussions about the topics they care about most. Cost is only $50, and all proceeds will go to Susan G. Komen for the Cure.
”Wetstock isn't a seminar; it's something much better,” Holohan says. “In one day, you'll meet 199 other people who are as passionate about hydronics as you are, and the free-flowing conversations you’ll have during the day will make you even better than you already are.”
The format is open ― attendees come and go as they please during the day. “It’s impossible to get bored at Wetstock,” he says. Move among the 20 roundtables with no moderators and no time limits. “Just sit, chat and share all day long. You’re among friends.”
Some of the topics to be explored at Wetstock 2008:
Old and New
Boilers vs. Water Heaters
Calculating Heating Loads
CO Testing and Measuring
Fuel and Venting Issues
Hiring and Training
Indoor Air Quality
Open vs. Closed Systems
Overcoming Price Objections
Radiant Slab and Staple-Up
System Treatment and Cleaning
Working with Do-It-Yourselfers ... and more!
Only 200 tickets are available for Wetstock 2008. Click here to register online, or contact Holohan at 800/853-8882.