HARDI's Annual Conference in December, the organization’s Emerging Leaders program sought to strengthen the HVACR industry by developing the talent of its up-and-coming distributors, manufacturers, and vendors.
Homes for Our Troops builds specially adapted, mortgage-free homes for injured post-9/11 veterans
February 15, 2016
Throughout the year, HARDI members supported HALO through various fundraisers, such as scratch-and-dent sales, golf tournaments, potlucks, and bake sales. One company even created a contractor program that donated a portion of proceeds from installed thermostats. Additionally, HALO raised more than $19,000 through more than 55 items contributed to the annual silent auction.
Will help connect high-quality job seekers to the career opportunities in HVACR distribution
January 27, 2016
Heating, Air-conditioning & Refrigeration Distributors International (HARDI) announced it has signed on as an Alliance Partner with Industrial Careers Pathway® (ICP). The alliance will allow HARDI to pool resources with similar organizations, enhance its visibility, and enable its members to attract talent.
Industry mentors and leadership professionals share expertise at event
August 31, 2015
In addition to the mentoring session, the conference included a speaking engagement with famed basketball coach Ken Carter, leadership coaching with trainer Leslie Koch, as well as other hands-on development and networking sessions.
More than 80 HVACR distributors, wholesalers, manufacturers, and reps recently attended the seventh annual event with the goal of bringing their concerns directly to the elected officials who represent their states and districts.
Madonia Tells House Ways and Means Committee That Estate Tax Is “Fundamentally Flawed”
March 25, 2015
Heating, Air-conditioning and Refrigeration Distributors International (HARDI) member Karen Madonia, chief financial officer of ILLCO Inc., joined two others representing small businesses and farms to testify before a House Ways and Means Committee hearing and urge Congress to pass the Death Tax Repeal Act of 2015.
Average Sales for HARDI Members Increased 2.3 Percent in January 2015
March 23, 2015
The annualized growth has been between 6 and 7 percent throughout 2014. The metric begins the New Year struggling to maintain the lower edge of the range with 5.9 percent growth for the past 12 months.