Originally Posted By: mrose
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Tuesday, September 28, 2004
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Greetings to One and All
The Atlanta Southeast NACHI meeting is scheduled Tuesday evening at 6:30 pm (early birds arrive at 6:00 pm) on October 19, 2004 at the Piccadilly cafeteria in Tucker.
Piccadilly Cafeteria (behind the Target store)
2000 Crescent Center Blvd.
Tucker, GA 30084
This is located off Exit 37 of I-285, proceed East on Lavista Road (GA-236) to Northlake Parkway, go South on Northlake Pkwy to Crescent Center Blvd., go West on Crescent Center Blvd to the cafeteria.
Keith Wood of Sunbelt Marketing, Inc. Will be presenting 3 ?new technology? topics of interest to every home inspector. You will want to hear Keith and meet with him after his presentation. Come early. You snooze you loose.
Don West's posting of photos and member info on www.NACHIATLANTA.org If your photo and company information is not listed then attend the chapter meeting and your picture and info will be collected.
Meeting Agenda: October 19, 2004
Meeting starts promptly at 6:30 pm and must end no later than 9:00 pm
1. Business card drawing for a complimentary dinner courtesy of Piccadilly Cafeteria.
2. Speaker: Keith Wood of Sunbelt Marketing, Inc.
Keith is the representative for State water heaters, Tackpipe (new technology gas pipe), and Studor (air admittance valves) and many other product lines. He will be presenting information on the new FVIR (flame vapor ignition resistant) gas water heater, Trackpipe and Studor valves.
3. Members ?Break Out? session proving time allows.
4. Please bring ideas for topics to be visited at the November meeting.
Please send me an Email (email@example.com) to let me know if you plan to attend this meeting. The room we have reserved holds 14. They do have a larger room but it would need to be secured in advance.
Cornerstone Home Inspection Co. LLC