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Alan R. Mercurio
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<center><b>Oil Tech Talk’s<BR>Burner Service Workshop</b></center><BR><BR>The Branford, CT Workshop is filling up nicely and I would hate to see any of my friends in Connecticut miss this one. Petro just added 5 of their technicians to the list (Thank you John Ringel) And Perrelli fuels told me they will be sending a few guys again this year. We even have a gentlemen traveling all the way from Yonkers New York and of course the first one to sign up for this workshop, the one and only Ed Wallace, My friends from Commercial Air Services and East River Energy are sending their techncians also. I thank all of you for your business.<BR><BR>So, if you want to join your fellow technicians for a day of education with hands on training and some of Connecticut's best Italian food from Pompeo's? Get registered today.<BR><BR>The objective of this NORA Approved course is to teach the <BR>fundamentals of oil burners and their components. This <BR>program includes some theory, including cause and effects. <BR>This program also covers some of the ways know in the <BR>industry to diagnose the burner and its components <BR>properly. It’s written and demonstrated in such a way it <BR>can be taught to an entry level technician and also serve <BR>as a great refresher course for the seasoned technician.<BR><BR>In the afternoon we'll have our hands on session with the Diagnostic simulator built just for technicians along with other hands on demonstrators that have become popular in the Oil Tech Talk Workshops.<BR><BR>Upon successful completion of this course and its test <BR>Technicians will receive 6 CEUs toward their national <BR>certification Gold/Silver<BR><BR><BR><b>Date: Wednesday April 9, 2003<BR>Location:<BR>Pompeo’s Italian Restaurant<BR>485 W. Main Street<BR>Branford, CT 06405<BR>(203) 488 3384<BR><BR>Class 9:00 a.m - 4:00 p.m.<BR><BR>Cost: $95.00 Per Student Includes Breakfast and for lunch we'll have some of the best Italian food Connecticut has to offer!</b><BR><BR><BR><BR>A 38 page technical manual that each student will take home with them and a copy of the industries newest text book.<b> “Carry The Torch</b> Life Experiences and Technical Data to live By” And more technical data than you can shake a stick at.<BR><BR><center><b>----------------------------------------------------please print & cut along dotted line----------------------------------</b></center><BR><BR><BR><b>Registration for the Oil Tech Talk’s Burner Workshop seminar in Branford, CT. On April 9, 2003:</b><BR>Company Name________________________________________________________________<BR>Mailing Address _______________________________________________________________<BR>City ___________________________________________ State __________ Zip____________<BR>Phone # (_____)_____________Fax# (_____)______________email_____________________<BR>Profession (HVAC, Home Inspection, WX, Fuel Oil Co, Other)___________________________<BR>How did you hear about this seminar? ___Advertisement___Mail___Word of Mouth___Other<BR><center><b>To register, please mail this form with payment. <BR> Make check payable to: Oil Tech Talk<BR> 123 N. 2nd. Street<BR> Catawissa, PA. 17820</b></center><BR><b>Or now you can</b> <a href="https://www.paypal.com/xclick/business=svsm98%40aol.com&item_name=Branford CT, Technical+Seminar&item_number=001&amount=95.00&no_note=1&currency_code=USD"> Click here to register online </a>

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