Whole House Marketing Tactics Worth Stealing
Originally presented March 16, 2012
This event qualified for 1.5 BPI & NARI CEUs and 1 InterNACHI credit.
Discover the low-cost marketing tactics used by others to sell "whole house" energy efficiency improvements. Learn how to use neighborhood workshops, job completion open houses, neighborhood door hangers, yard signs, and at least six more proven marketing tactics.
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Ed serves on the Boards of Utility Energy Forum, Home Performance Resource Center and EGIA and is on Recharge Colorado's Executive Committee. Ed managed a geothermal HVAC company in Colorado and worked for Utility Exchange, Market Development Group, Main Street Networks, Volt VIEWtech and Edison Electric Institute.
Eric Howarth, Vice President, Contractor Services, EGIA
As Vice President of Contractor Services, Eric is responsible for developing and executing EGIA's overall contractor services strategy. Additionally, Eric manages contractor benefits programs that are designed to help EGIA's 2,500+ contractor members grow their energy efficient and renewable energy businesses. Current contractor benefit programs include consumer financing, sales tools and training, business optimization programs as well as marketing and business development services. Eric has
extensive sales, marketing and strategic partnering experience. Prior to joining EGIA, Eric held senior management positions in sales, marketing, and product development for a national big box retail chain.
This event qualifies for…
Up to 1.5 Building Performance Institute Continuing Education Credits Live
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InterNACHI Approved for 1 Education Credit
This has been approved for 1 InterNACHI Education Credit.
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National Association of the Remodeling Industry Continuing Education, 1.5 NARI CEUs
This event qualifies for 1.5 NARI CEUs. We are pleased to announce that NARI (National Association of the Remodeling Industry) has granted CEU's (continuing education units) for this event.
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