|IT IS TAX TIME – DON’T FORGET TO FILE OR EXTEND!
The first quarter of 2011 is gone and it went by way too fast.
We attended the IAQA/ACCA annual conference in San Antonio February 15th – 17th. With three days of education sessions and learning labs and more than 300 exhibitors, it was a full agenda. We came back with several good ideas and concepts that we will be working into our plans through out the year.
Then I was off to Las Vegas for the 22nd National Air Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA) Annual Meeting and Exposition on March 21 – 24th for another week of meetings and continuing education sessions. I always learn something at these event and came back with a “to do” list to improve our company.
The day after I got back from Las Vegas, it was time for the 14th Annual ACCA Greater Houston Cook Off. We won first place in the Bloody Mary category. Even though this was the only category in which we placed, we had a great time. The weather was perfect and the new location was ideal for a cook off. Congratulations to all of the teams that participated, winners or not, and thanks to the Power Vac America team. They put forth an outstanding effort and pulled this together while I was in Las Vegas.
This Friday is the Mechanical Contractors Association (MCA) annual shotgun invitational. Paul and I will be shooting and we will be one of the field sponsors. This is always fun and a good way to wrap up the week.
The following Monday and Tuesday, we are sponsoring a booth at the annual Texas Association of Physical Plant Administrators in Houston. TAPPA represents over 115 Texas educational organizations, junior and community colleges, 4-year colleges and universities. We are looking forward to this event and seeing our friends at TAPPA.
The crews have been traveling again this year, including Galveston, Burnett, Fort Worth and of course Houston. This week we are cleaning a ship in Port Fourchon, Louisiana. A nice place to visit!
As always, we are here to help you solve your customers problems with their indoor air quality related problems.
Doug Long, ASCS
Power Vac America, Inc.