Cooper Bussmann plans two-year productivity tour
'Productivity Through Protection' events to launch in June
Cooper Bussmann is taking its Productivity Through Protection message to North America throughout 2009 and 2010.
The Productivity Through Protection (PTP) Tour is an electrical technology and training program designed for electricians and engineers in construction, maintenance/repair and original equipment design. The PTP Experience is a 32-foot display outfitted with Cooper Bussmann products, and allows guests to engage in training via interactive displays, video and one-on-one discussion with a Cooper Bussmann representative.
The PTP Tour launches its two-year program in June, 2009, with scheduled stops at Cooper Bussmann distributor locations and industry trade shows throughout the US and Canada.
“The focus of this tour is education, and providing product and service solutions,” said Paul Taylor, vice president marketing, Cooper Bussmann.ore safely design, install and maintain electrical distribution systems.”
The PTP Tour ties these key issues with innovative Cooper Bussmann product solutions.
Where in North America is the Productivity Through Protection Tour? www.cooperbussmann.com/PTPTour .
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