Registration is Open for the 2nd OESP Roadshow

Our Education Schedule for the Gettysburg event is now available.  Check back for minor additions to this schedule.  As you will see there is something for everyone!  Our VIP day is Monday.  For a modest registration fee you can attend any classes you wish and enjoy lunch and a locally themed dinner on  the show floor that night.  Tuesday we open it up for technicians and anyone else who wishes to see the scaled back display area – both indoors and outdoors.  There will be a host of classes including Certifications on several products and, a special new program, “The Perfect Service Call”.  The date again – September 21-23rd.
Sunday, the 21st, we’ll host our annual golf tournament at 1:00 p.m. at the Links at Gettysburg. This course is rated 4-1/2 Stars by Golf Digest.
Care to Ride too takes place on Sunday. At 10:00 a.m. the motorcycles take off for a nice 6-7 hour drive through historic areas of PA and MD. At 2:00 p.m. the bicycles take off with Don Farrell leading the pack on a historical tour of the area and the walkers and runners will leave the hotel at 5:00 p.m.
That evening we’ll all get together and celebrate another fine year for Oil Heat Cares and enjoy the company of industry friends.  Please register early for this event.
This could be you . . . .
The company you work for has just bought a company 20 miles outside of your market, Log Cabin Oil Company. It is a rather large company that has been in business since 1945 and has a decent reputation with customers. Everyone in your company is excited that this has happened and you are beginning to wonder who is going to run the service department in the new company. You know that the current Service Manager at Log Cabin Oil, Tom Fay announced his retirement at the last OESP meeting. Just at that moment you get a call from your boss asking you to meet him and the owner of your company in his office right away. You walk in and sit down and they greet you with CONGRATULATIONS . . . . . You are now the new Service Manager of Log Cabin Oil.
Would you be prepared for a situation like this? We know that most of you reading this love the heating and cooling industry. You love to figure out how to service that new widget. You can’t wait to get your hands on that new boiler or control. Well, “Preparing and Understanding a Budget” is just as important as having the right tools in your technician’s truck.
Here is your chance to participate in an outstanding class along with a terrific instructor, Joe Vassallo. He, along with Michelle Wilson, ServicEdge, who is spearheading our newly launched PROSMA Program (Professional Service Manager’s Academy) will be working together to deliver this important topic on Tuesday, July 15th at the CEMA School (ICPA), Cromwell, CT. Register today,
Home Comfort Specialist Academy & Healthy Home Systems
Ralph Adams, Service Manager for Parker Fuel and Tim Begoske, trainer for Field Controls, are teaming up to bring you this timely program.  This program is designed for anyone that would like to sell more products and higher efficiency equipment.  And who isn’t a salesperson for your company???  Technicians, managers and even CSR’s will benefit from this 1-day program to be held July 21st, R.E. Michel Training Center, Glen Burnie, MD, July 22nd, Tom Antonelli’s Training Facility, Bristol, PA and July 23rd, Petro Training Facility, Plainfield, NJ.  You can register online or fax this form to 717-625-3077.

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