The Grundfos ‘Impossible Tour’ concludes its journey across America with a 14-city Northeast swing during October and November.

Inside the Grundfos “Impossible Tour” truck: Interactive displays and hands-on training in the latest pump technologies.

Grundfos’ fully equipped and well-appointed traveling educational vehicle will offer New England and Mid-Atlantic contractors and engineers information and hands-on training on its latest technologies for residential, commercial and industrial pumps.

Known as the “Impossible Tour,” it will finish up its nationwide journey by visiting 14 different cities during the months of October and November. This final swing of the 2009 tour begins in Cleveland, Ohio, in early October and ends in Lancaster, Pa., in mid-November.

In between, the Grundfos “Impossible Tour” truck will travel through a half dozen other states, spending one or two days in each location and giving tradespeople an opportunity to view the latest in pump technology from Grundfos.

The schedule for the remainder of 2009 is as follows:
  • Oct. 2 - Cleveland, Ohio
  • Oct. 5 - Buffalo, N.Y.
  • Oct. 7 - Rochester, N.Y.
  • Oct. 9 - Syracuse, N.Y.
  • Oct. 13 - Albany, N.Y.
  • Oct. 15 - Newburgh, N.Y. (Orange County Choppers)
  • Oct. 19, 21 - Boston
  • Oct. 23 - Manchester, N.H.
  • Oct. 27 - Portland, Maine
  • Oct. 29 -Hartford, Conn.
  • Nov. 2, 4 - Long Island, N.Y.
  • Nov. 6 - East Rutherford, N.Y.
  • Nov. 10 - Philadelphia/Pottstown, Pa.
  • Nov. 12 - Lancaster, Pa.
The two-room vehicle includes a mini-theater for viewing video programs, as well as a series of interactive and working displays of a wide selection of residential, commercial and industrial pump solutions from Grundfos.

For more information on the tour and how to register for a visit, see grundfos.com/web/homeus.nsf and click on “Powered by the Impossible.”

Source: Grundfos Pumps