Why doesn’t anyone say, “What happens on Bourbon Street stays on Bourbon Street.” That place is CRAZY fun and really puts people in a great mood. Needless to say, this year’s National Air Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA) meeting took full advantage of its surroundings, drawing a bigger crowd than last year and helping everyone to have a great time.
NADCA members really know how to have a good time. While some stories are best left untold, I can say that each day members were eager to share what they saw (but not necessarily what they did) on Bourbon Street the night before. In the four days I was there I saw about five different parades, and even got to be in one courtesy of NADCA.
We have a long standing relationship with NADCA going back over 10 years. Because the show is small compared to others we attend, and the group is so tight-knit, I know each year I will get to see numerous clients and fellow exhibitors. Also, the new management company was introduced, and I have got to say they are a top notch and professional group. They have big plans to expand membership, and are very responsive to current members’ needs.
I’m already looking forward to next year, where I will once again get to see our great clients and friends in the beautiful city of San Antonio.
Rachelle Tinley is the assistant executive director of Controlled Release Technologies, Inc., a research, development and manufacturing firm based in Shelby, North Carolina. CRT is an IFMA CSP, an EnergyStar Partner and manufacturer of independently-certified Green products for HVAC maintenance. Since 1986, CRT has been creating leading edge HVAC maintenance products that have become industry standards, used in thousands of commercial buildings world-wide. CRT employees are members of BOMA, ASHRAE, ASHE and the American Chemical Society. www.cleanac.com
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