What are the changes? OESP’s lesser priced registration fee includes your choice of classes all day Monday, and food and beverage including the VIP event on the display floor Monday night. Register by August 1 and you’ll be in the running for a 2-night complimentary stay in a Wyndham Suite.
Tuesday will deviate from the 1st Roadshow schedule. OESP will be offering classes all day, including outdoors. There will be classes specially designed for technicians and all will be invited to explore the display area (indoors and out) from 9:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m. There is no cost to attend, so dealers are encouraged to ‘bring your team” on Tuesday so they can get a jump start on the winter season.
Sunday we will host OESP’s annual Dave Nelsen Scholarship Golf tournament at the highly rated The Links of Gettysburg. Also on tap is the Care to Ride Event–ride your motorcycle, bicycle, walk or run for a good cause. There will be a reception that evening to present awards for golf and Care to Ride.
Variety of Classes
As we did with the 1st Roadshow, there will be a mix of classes on Monday ranging from management to technical. Offered are many of the popular ones that were delivered in Connecticut, but new ones have been added as well. For example, Dave Yates, president of F.W. Behler, York, Penn., will give a presentation on converting hot water and/or steam systems to gently warmed water using modulating condensing boilers. When done properly, there is plenty of potential for energy conservation and improved comfort.
Attendees will have a chance to see details and examples of several completed installations. In this class, Yates will share his secrets for building the ultimate in comfort-systems while divulging his methods for presenting the sale to customers.
Registration details are available at the OESP website: thinkoesp.org. Hotel room reservation can be made by either calling 717-339-0020 and referencing OESP Roadshow or doing it online.