Understanding & Selling Green and Energy Efficient Upgrades for New and Existing Homes
with Gord Cooke
April 14, 2009 -- Melville, NY -- 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Who Should Attend and Why
Builders, their Salespersons, Remodelers, Real Estate Agents, Appraisers, Lenders, Raters, BPI Contractors & their Salespersons, and anyone else involved in marketing, installing, or valuing green or energy efficient upgrades in new or existing homes needs to understand the new technologies and be able to communicate the true benefits to their Customers.
A 7-hour Building Science Workshop by one of North America's premier presenters on understanding how to build and sell homes. The market is changing. Learn how to change and profit with it.
CEC hours to help meet Professional Continuing Educational Requirements.
A light continental breakfast, lunch, and two coffee breaks are included.
Lunch with Gord Cooke: a group of people drawn from the attendees will lunch with Gord. Please bring your business card for a drawing. This is a popular and successful feature of BPCA/NYS events.
This event has had overwhelmingly positive response that we have seen in Utica, from builders and their sales people.
Staying ahead of your competition, by keeping up-to-date, will help you succeed. Join us, and be part of the cutting edge!
National Grid Training Center
25 Hub Drive
Melville, NY 11747
Long Island Expressway (LIE - 495) to exit 49 South (Melville)
Right Turn on Spagnoli (approx 2 miles, Hilton on Corner)
Left Turn on Hub Drive
Park at the rear of the building.
A thank you goes out to National Grid for their efforts to make this training available to Building Professionals in New York, as they are lending their financial support to this Spring Workshop Series.
If you have multiple registrations, you'll need to enter each separately. Click on the link below to register for this event.
Registration refund requests received by email will be honored up to seven days prior to the event. After that time, refunds will not be granted.
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