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- Dan Holohan: Heating Help
- Morris Beschloss: The Beschloss Perspective
- Hank Darlington: Showrooms
- Jim Wheeler: HVAC
- Rick Johnson: Distribution Management
- Dick Friedman: Tech Tips
- Mike Miazga: In Closing
- Safety Columnists
- ASA President’s Letter
- Josh Brown: Generation Y Insights
- PVF OUTLOOK
- PB OUTLOOK
Dan Holohan: Heating Help
These days, anyone can be a publisher. All you have to do is start a blog, a Facebook page or a website. Build a following among your customers and then just tell your story.
Getting your technical ducks in a row is important in this business of ours. Hey, folks are going to ask questions and it’s good to have correct answers for them. It’s what adds value to our flesh and bones.
H.C. Oswald Supply is in an old brick building sitting swat on a street in the Bronx less than three miles from Yankee Stadium. Oswald started its business in 1923 just a decade after the New York Yankees showed up, and they, too, have a grand history.
I never got to meet Charlie Horton, the founder of this fine magazine and probably the best PHC editorialist ever to pluck at a typewriter.
In January, I was at the big AHR Expo in Dallas where I got to share the seminar stage with John Siegenthaler.