Vol. 2 No. 3
- Brady’s ‘Rebate Rally’ Printer Promotion
BRADY’S ‘REBATE RALLY’ PROMOTION FOR PRINTERS
of Brady Corp.’s portable printers—the Idxpert v2.0 hand-held labeller
and the TLS 2200 thermal labelling system v4.0—are offering $100 and
$150 mail-in rebates during a limited-time Rebate Rally promotion,
which runs through March 30. All mail-in rebate requests must be
received by April 27.
EATON AND SPIERING RECHARGE THE 2007 ULTIMATE POWER TRIP
Corp.’s electrical business (Canadian Operations) has announced drag
racing personality Carl Spiering will be back for 2007 flying the Eaton
colours. Driving the Eaton supercharged pro-modified 1967 Chevrolet
Camaro, Spiering finished
7th in the 2006 season in the IHRA eMax Nitro Jam drag racing series.
Known in racing circles as the “Big Dog”, the 42-year old driver hails
from Jordan Station, Ont.
“We are very excited to start our sixth full season supporting Carl Spiering and his racing operation,” said Rob Conway, national marketing manager for Eaton’s electrical business in Canada, adding, “There is no question that we've found a successful marketing formula in a form of motorsport entertainment that our customers have found extremely exciting.” Conway says the company continues to be overwhelmed by the support from its customers and distributor partners. “Their involvement and support in this major initiative is critical to its success,” said Conway.
OEL’S 2007 ELECTRICAL INDUSTRY CONFERENCE FAST APPROACHING
this year by the Essex and Kent Chapters, the Ontario Electrical
League’s (OEL’s) electrical industry conference kicks off with an early
game of golf (April 18) at the Kingsville Golf & Country Club,
followed by a wine and cheese reception at the hotel.
sessions run from April 19-21 and, in addition to the various
presentations and workshops, you’ll enjoy Thursday’s Recognition Awards
Dinner, Friday’s Product Expo/Lunch & Learn (in conjunction with
Contractor Day), Friday’s South of the Border Dinner/Dance plus
Saturday’s prize extravaganza and a grand prize draw for a seven-day
cruise for two.
The conference is being held at the Windsor Hilton Hotel. CLICK HERE for more information.
EFC SURPASSES LAST YEAR’S CONTRIBUTION TO LOCAL CHARITY
Canada (EFC) exceeded last year’s donation to the CHUMCity Christmas
Wish. The association held a toy drive at its Ontario Christmas
reception, which brought together over 310 delegates from the industry,
and where members and staff helped raise over $1900 in donations and
collected over 250 toys for the charity.
has been contributing to the CHUMCity Christmas Wish for two
consecutive years,” says Milos Jancik, EFC’s president and CEO, adding
that, to-date, EFC has donated over $2600 and collected nearly 500 toys
for The Wish.
CHUMCity Christmas Wish is one of the largest distributors of toys to
those in need in the Greater Toronto Area. Last year, The Wish and the
City of Toronto Community and Neighbourhood Social Services helped
nearly 500 registered agencies provide toys and funds to 300,000+
children and families.
B.C. WEBSITE TALKS TO TEENS ABOUT TRADES
to a website sponsored by the province’s Industry Training Authority
(ITA), British Columbia’s young people have a new way to find out about
careers in the trades.
Launched as a micro site, The Skilled Life [http://www.theskilledlife.com] will be further developed with more information and interactive tools, and complements three existing ITA programs.
a career path when you’re in grade 10 to 12 is a huge decision,” said
Brian Clewes, CEO of the Industry Training Authority, “and young people
have told us that they need a source that speaks to them in their own
terms about careers in the trades. We’ve developed this site to talk to
them about their options in a way that’s both informative and
RITTAL UNVEILS REDESIGNED WEBSITE
Systems Ltd.’s re-designed website promises users a friendly interface
employing quick-link accessibility and search engine functionality,
along with an array of self-serve information and specification
options. Product information (encompassing downloadable literature,
white papers, technical documents, assembly instructions and more)
should be prove easy to locate. CLICK HERE to check it out.
Infrared Training Center
CLICK HERE for 2007 course schedule
Canadian Electrical Code 2006 Essentials
Lighting Fundamentals/Lighting Basics
Annual General Meeting
NEC/CEC: A Comparison of Requirements
Valentine’s Dinner and Dance
Annual Technical Conference
Arc Flash: Measures for Prevention and Control
International Symposium on Growth through Acquisition
ELECTRICAL BUSINESS, FEBRUARY 2007
February 2007 Electrical Business contains another special lighting
supplement. Be sure to slip through its pages to delve deeper into the
world of lighting technology and applications. And what more fitting
subject for Meet the Players than Osram Sylvania Ltd./Ltée’s new
president, Abbas Khan.
in this issue we look at the latest in distribution, software solutions
that aim to make your life easier, our review of Blue Line Innovation’s
Powercost Monitor, Code File and Code Conundrum, and much more!
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