The Whalen Co. hosted an event for its sales representatives, customers, and media Sunday evening at the Hard Rock Café Orlando at the Universal CityWalk in Orlando, Florida. More than 200 individuals registered for the event, which was held in the Roots of Rock room of the iconic restaurant and featured food, drinks, and (of course) rock and roll.
More than 300 people got a first-hand look at Modine Mfg. Co.’s new Innovation Tour truck during its AHR Expo cocktail reception at Icebar Orlando on Sunday. A few attendees even braved the balmy 18°F Icebar, donning thermal jackets and gloves, before heading inside a scene straight out of Disney’s, “Frozen.”
One way to find out what’s new in the HVACR industry is to visit the AHR Expo’s New Product and Technology Theater, which will feature dozens of exhibitors offering brief presentations about their new products. In addition, nearly 50 free seminars will be offered.
Widespread Growth Puts the Happy in Software Company’s Happy Hour
January 26, 2015
After a busy second day at the AHR Expo, FieldAware welcomed invitees to The Scout Waterhouse for a happy hour event. Visitors enjoyed craft beverages, sliders, sandwiches, and industry-related conversation.
Mitsubishi Electric celebrated at the AHR Expo in style Monday night at The Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago. More than 600 people registered for the event, well above average attendance for previous years, according to Kevin Miskewicz, senior manager, commercial marketing, Mitsubishi Electric US Cooling & Heating Division.
Data Aire Inc. went all the way up to the 95th floor of the John Hancock Building in downtown Chicago to showcase its future and what’s to come at the AHR Expo and beyond. Cocktails, dinner, and a special performance from Chicago’s own Sugar Dolls were all on display at the event.
Triatek celebrated 30 years in business Monday evening at McCormick & Schmick’s in downtown Chicago. The event, which featured drinks and hors d’oeuvres, was held as a thank-you to Triatek’s customers and representatives.
Armstrong Fluid Technology’s Monday evening event at the hip River Roast along the Chicago River drew a packed house. Bruce Fontaine, OEM sales manager, Armstrong Fluid Technology, said focusing on the design envelope will be the way of the future for energy efficient HVACR systems, and encouraged contractors to “take the load off.”