On Thursday, April 20, Warm Thoughts Communications, Inc. will bring together Propane Association Executives and Board members to focus on Growing Gallons within their states and strengthening their associations. The Conference will be held at the Music City Center in Nashville, TN, room 208B. 22 states have already registered. If you haven’t yet, please click on the link below. The conference features an ambitious agenda that includes:
The theme of the conference is “Share The Wealth.” Much of the day will be spent sharing best practices that can help associations grow gallons within their states and improve member engagement. This is an opportunity to accelerate the learning curve and help everyone see more possibilities. By sharing what’s been working (or not working) with each other, by getting access to new content and insights, and by forging stronger personal relationships, you will come away energized and equipped to Grow Gallons. Why re-invent the wheel when you can Share the Wealth?
When Thursday, April 20, 2017
8:00 AM – 3:30 PM
Where Music City Center Room 208B
Breakfast and Lunch Provided!
The conference is sponsored by Warm Thoughts Communications, Inc., the nations’ leading marketing firm specializing in residential energy companies and their associations. Warm Thoughts believes strong associations are crucial to the future of our industry, and that they can play a vital role in helping members grow the gallons which secure that future.
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– John Tolan, Sail Energy
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