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IGSHPA GSHP school, Glenwood Springs, CO 10/1-3/02

Due to the growth of the GSHP industry in this region, Major Geothermal will host a full 3 day school at the historic Hotel Colorado in Glenwood Springs, CO. Course date is Tuesday through Thursday, October 1-3, 2002.

This school will provide IGSHPA accreditiation and HDPE fusion certification.

The IGSHPA training schedule will be followed, with additional information provided for large residential and commercial applications, including design considerations. Radiant and snowmelt efforts will be reviewed, using GSHP equipment to drive these systems. We are experienced, hands-on designers and installers - not just classroom trainers.

For more information, contact Major Geothermal at 800 707 9479 or 303 424 1622, or email us at [email protected]. We can forward a course description via fax or email with signup sheet. Cost is $600 per person, includes all materials.

Preferred room rates at the luxury inn Hotel Colorado (hotelcolorado.com, mention group number "MAJ" when making a room reservation). Plenty of scenery and things to do with the family in the area, and the aspens should be turning color about this time. This is a good time to visit to mix pleasure with business, as the main tourist season is over, and ski season has not yet started, so costs are at their lowest.

Glenwood Springs is where Doc Holliday (of OK Corral shootout fame) spent his last years. In fact he is buried not far from the Hotel Colorado. Just after the turn of the last century, Teddy Roosevelt stayed at the Hotel Colorado while hunting bear. President Teddy was 'skunked', so the staff at the Hotel Colorado made up a bear doll from scraps of cloth, the very first Teddy Bear.


  • DanHolohan
    DanHolohan Member, Moderator, Administrator Posts: 16,399
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    in a gorgeous setting. Thanks, Terry.
    Retired and loving it.
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