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Success Continues For EASA’s Ontario Chapter

Collingwood, ON -- Deerhurst Resort was the site of September's annual fall meeting and golf tournament for the Ontario Chapter of the Electrical Apparatus Service Association (EASA). "With 56 golfers...


December 1, 2008
By MRO Magazine

Collingwood, ON — Deerhurst Resort was the site of September’s annual fall meeting and golf tournament for the Ontario Chapter of the Electrical Apparatus Service Association (EASA). “With 56 golfers and more than 90 people for dinner on Saturday night, it was one of our best showings ever,” said Peter Tedesco of Electro-Wind Supply Inc., the chapter’s affiliate chairman.

“We had four contests, including two for closest to the pin and two for the longest drives, a great dinner and a live-entertainment show,” he added. “We ended up with more than enough prizes to take care of everyone participating and all who attended were going on about how fantastic an event it was.”

EASA’s next event in Ontario will be its Ontario Chapter annual general meeting and trade show, taking place at the Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel in Toronto, Jan. 23-24, 2009. Members can download registration forms online at www.easaontario.ca.

The event will see many members from EASA’s international board attending, including international chairman Kevin Miller, and EASA president and CEO Linda Raynes. A technical seminar will highlight the event: the two-day Root Cause Failure Analysis course by Austin Bonnett, taking place on Jan. 23 and Jan. 24. The meeting also features the annual EASA Trade Show on both dates, and concludes with a dinner/dance featuring the group New Hollywood.

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EASA is an international trade association of more than 2,150 electromechanical sales and service firms in 50 countries. It has been in existence since 1934. The Ontario Chapter is the largest chapter in Canada and one of the largest in the international EASA organization. It originated in 1951 and today has an active membership of over 90 service organizations and more than 50 international affiliate members.

For more information, visit the web-site at www.easaontario.ca.


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