September 21, 2017
You’re doing great work, so why not show off a little?
Manufacturing Day — an annual celebration that motivates millions to learn
about manufacturing — is a great opportunity. The premise is simple: Every
fall, manufacturers across America open their doors to show their communities
what manufacturing really looks like. To get involved, visit MfgDay.com and sign up to host an
event, which can be as grand or as modest as you like. AHRI members that host
an event on MFG DAY receive two bonus points in the Chairman’s
Challenge. For a customized graphic featuring your company logo (pictured),
please contact Monica Cardenas.
AHRI on Instagram at AHRIConnect for videos and photos that
promote the industry and careers in HVACR and water heating. Be sure to follow
us on our other social media platforms as well: @AHRIEngage and @AHRIConnect on Twitter, and
on Facebook for news and events, policy news, and important updates from AHRI. Contact: Adam Carey.
is continuing its member profile series, which aims to highlight each of its
member companies, including their history, interests, and role in the industry.
The latest profile in the series is
on Clima-Flex, a company that manufactures several product lines, from modular
chillers to air handling units. AHRI members interested in completing a profile
should contact Monica Cardenas for more
Carrier Corporation earned six more points in the Chairman’s Challenge, thanks to visits with California state representatives. With 48 points, Carrier is currently leading the legislative visit category, followed by Carel.
If you have completed a
school or legislative visit, please complete the online form to have these visits entered in this year’s Chairman’s Challenge.
Please remember that visits are not tallied unless companies submit the
required information, including photos. Members who host visits on Manufacturing Day will earn two bonus points.
Challenge is designed to support the current chairman’s goals for the
association. For the 2017 challenge, contestants will compete for legislative
visit and school visit awards in two categories: multi-state and single-state.
The company in each category with the most points accumulated between November
1, 2016, and October 31, 2017, will receive awards at the 2017 AHRI Annual
Meeting. Visit the Chairman’s Challenge web page to submit an entry, review the new
rules for 2017, read helpful FAQs, and access members-only legislative visit
and school visit toolkits. Contact: Adam Carey.
ASHRAE has announced the following call for comments:
30-day Public Review; deadline: October 15, 2017
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