Tri-Ed Technology Roadshow to Make a Pair of Stops in Texas
The wholesale distributor will host the free training events in Austin and North Houston.
WOODBURY, N.Y. – Tri-Ed will host two installments of its Technology Roadshow in Texas this Fall. Installing security contractors can take part in these free, one-day training events, held Sept. 3 at the Holiday Inn Austin Midtown and Oct. 7 at the Hilton North Houston.
The Roadshows kick off at 8:30 a.m. with registration and breakfast, followed by a variety of training classes and presentations that span all product categories, many of which provide CEU credits. Lunch will be served at noon, followed by additional presentation sessions that will run until 5 p.m. The expo hall will open at 5 p.m. and will feature many leading industry manufacturers and a dinner reception.
Tri-Ed presents the one-day Technology Roadshows to familiarize customers with the latest technologies in the marketplace, says Tri-Ed President and CEO Pat Comunale.
“These training and expo events are very helpful to our dealers and educate them on the constantly changing products and technologies in the marketplace,” he says.
Space is limited; attendees are encouraged to pre-register at tri-ed.com.
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