The American Society of Plumbing Engineers (ASPE) is pleased to announce that HOLDRITE®, an industry leader in pipe support and alignment systems, has become an Affiliate Sponsor of the Society. HOLDRITE® manufactures innovative products for pipe and equipment support systems, acoustical plumbing solutions, water heater accessories, and water and firestop sleeving systems, including HOLDRITE® #117 No-Hub Fitting Restraints, PEXRITE® PEX supports, and HOLDRITE® HydroFlame™ water/firestop sleeves.
ASPE’s Affiliate Sponsor program is designed to help ASPE’s partners build name recognition within the plumbing engineering community year-round via exposure in the Society’s print and digital media outlets and at Society events. As an ASPE Affiliate Sponsor, HOLDRITE® also gains a direct and personal connection with the 6,000 ASPE members internationally who make specifying decisions about plumbing products and services such as those HOLDRITE® provides.
“HOLDRITE® is honored to become an ASPE Affiliate Sponsor, and we look forward to connecting with the ASPE membership and educating them about our innovative engineered products and services,” says Darlene Byrne, HOLDRITE® Marketing Manager.
“We are extremely pleased that HOLDRITE® has joined our growing list of Affiliate Sponsors for 2013,” says David Jern, ASPE's Director of Affiliate Relations. “As an ASPE Affiliate Sponsor, HOLDRITE® will benefit from numerous opportunities to heighten awareness of its products and services within ASPE’s membership as well as the entire plumbing industry.”
To learn more about becoming an ASPE Affiliate Sponsor, contact David Jern at email@example.com or 847-296-0002 x235.
ASPE is the only professional organization devoted to the training and certification of plumbing engineers and designers. ASPE and its 6,000 worldwide members are dedicated to protecting the health, welfare, and safety of the public through the dissemination of technical data and information to expand the base of knowledge among plumbing engineers, designers, contractors, code officials, inspectors, and manufacturers. For more information, visit ASPE.org.
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