As CEDIA Expo 2011 approaches next week, URC has just announced their training schedule
along with incentives for show attendees to come and spend some time learning. Over the 12 free training courses running between Wednesday and Saturday, URC will be giving away over $120,000 in merchandise and door prizes. Additionally, everyone who attends will receive two books (softbound and on CD), combined with over 350 pages of useful information on programming Total Control whole-house systems.
Also, on Thursday the 8th between 12 o’clock noon and 3 PM, head over to room 107/108 for URC’s Give Total Control Accelerator a Spin
event. All you'll have to do is watch a short (10 minute) video presentation, answer five simple questions, and you'll get to spin the URC Wheel of Fortune where you could win great prizes including remotes, control systems, iPod docks, URC branded gear and much more. As Jeff would say on a megaphone: “Spin... and WIN!”
Here's the original press release for further details:
URC to Conduct 12 Free Training Classes at CEDIA EXPO 2011
Over $120,000 in merchandise and door prizes await CI professionals who attend URC training during the CEDIA trade show in Indianapolis.
Harrison, NY — August 31, 2011 — URC, The Pioneer in Control Technology, has announced that they will be conducting twelve (12) free training classes during CEDIA EXPO 2011 beginning September 7. Classes cover a variety of topics including URC's whole-house control system, Total Control, as well as networking, commercial integration, programming, installation and control applications. One special class, "Tips & Tricks with Hank Eisengrein," will be conducted Friday, September 9, from 4:00 until 5:30 p.m.
"We're giving away over $120,000 in merchandise, discounts and other door prizes," said Jon Sienkiewicz, director of marketing at URC. "On Thursday we're inviting all of our customers to stop by our training room (107/108) to spin the URC Wheel of Fortune for a chance to win Total Control and other URC products."
Furthermore, CI professionals who attend any Total Control session will receive a URC Accelerator Programming Reference Manual and a Total Control Installation Manual & Setup Guide. Combined, the two books contain 350 pages full of diagrams, illustrations, special techniques and information that will help installers program Total Control whole-house control systems fast and sure. Available printed softbound and on CD, these reference manuals have a $200 value.
Interested custom installers can visit URC's website for the complete schedule and class descriptions.
For more about URC, visit our Complete Control Forum.
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