Wrapping up Home Technology Specialists of America’s biannual meeting in Dallas, Dan Paulson had one word for the group’s posture - “energized.”
“We have all the buying group benefits, but that’s not even what people talk about anymore,” said HTSA Board of Director President Paulson. “We have all these education opportunities that are really making our members best-in-class. It’s a skate to where the puck is going to be, not where it has been, and the group is energized.”
“It’s all about the education consortium,” he added.
Championing that focus on education, HTSA certainly has a ‘post-grad’ atmosphere to it. Their extensive list of educational opportunities has materialized in the form of master classes, EOS training, standardization - all the usual suspects that will take their members business to the next level. But newfound focused narrative on lighting, wellness, and energy management has also begun to pique members interest.
In fact, a third lighting class was added by popular demand, and Executive Director Jon Robbins says that’s only the beginning.