The Online Meeting Group Gets Down to Business Quickly in 2017
USA—January 6, 2017
The Mid Atlantic Chapter of ASHI, MAC-ASHI, and the OMG kicked off 2017 as the first ASHI Chapter in the US to offer continuing education in the new year – topic: Air Flow. They began by giving participants the chance to win free gifts and share some friendly “ASHI Chapter” comradery.
What is OMG?
A hand full of ASHI members from across the country started a brainstorming session at Inspection World last year (2016) in San Diego. They created a task force through the MAC-ASHI Chapter and from those first few discussion the OMG – Online Meeting Group was born. The group has been honing their skills and holding meetings throughout 2016.
Our first speaker of the new year, Joe Konopacki of Insight Property Services, did a fantastic job.
This year Inspection World is being held in Las Vegas, NV. Join the OMG in Vegas for a fun “in person” meeting. The meeting room location will be announced soon.
“Our first speaker of the new year, Joe Konopacki of Insight Property Services, did a fantastic job. His presentation, Uncontrolled Air Flow in Homes kept everyone logged in to the last slide, said Hollis Brown, the incoming Speaker of the CoR and MAC-ASHI’s immediate past president.
Joe is a RESNET Home Energy Rater and provides Home Inspections, Home Performance Testing and Contractor Training throughout the Chicago-land area. With a focus on energy efficiency he provides property owners as well as contractors with comprehensive knowledge needed to reduce home energy needs, increase comfort, maintain structural integrity and operations, as well as analyze utility costs. He’s are committed to providing high value service for a fair price.
Congratulations also goes to Barry Holt – Winner of the January drawing. Barry is in Arlington, VA and operates PepperWood Home Inspections llc.
Dee Goldstein, the ASHI Store, sponsored the January meeting.
Visit MAC-ASHI’s online education arm, The OMG: www.cyberashi.org
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