The year 2005 was one of accomplishments for the Air Conditioning Contractors of America (ACCA), according to Paul Stalknecht, president and CEO. He attributed these successes to the fact that the membership had demanded excellence and commended the group for knowing when to "break the rules."
Nearly 4,000 Bryant dealers, territory managers, and distributors gathered at the 2nd Bryant Heating and Cooling Systems National Dealer Convention, which began with an assortment of new product introductions followed by a two-day trade show.
One week ago, glitz and glamour reigned supreme as Hollywood rolled out the red carpet once again for the Academy Awards. The HVAC industry has its own glamorous event coming our way this summer - the Dealer Design Awards.
A new comfort Superhero joined with some recognized superstars in the glitz and glamour of the 2nd Bryant Heating and Cooling Systems National Dealer Meeting. With perhaps the biggest marketing splash seen in years, Bryant announced the creation of Bryantman.
Last year a 26-member committee, spear-headed by the Air Conditioning Contractors of America (ACCA), worked together on a "draft specification that defines quality contractors (QC) and quality installations (QI) for the residential and commercial sectors."
ACES A/C Supply Inc. and ACES A/C Supply North held a combined dealer meeting recently at the Anatole Hotel in Dallas. The meeting was billed as the 2006 American Standard Product and Marketing Debut. More than 500 dealers were in attendance.