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Rinnai Tankless Lunch and Learn
Thursday, February 21, 2013 from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM (EST)
Rock Hill, SC
WE'RE SORRY! THIS EVENT IS NOW BOOKED.
But we have set up another session for March 14th. To register,
Look for an orange link to the bottom right of this page: 1. Upcoming event on EventBrite
Thursday, Feb 21 11:30 - 1:00
Speaker: Rick Hopkins, Territory Manager of Gardner Marsh and Rinnai Tankless Expert.
Learn more about the technology behind tankless water heaters, the options available and the benefits and savings they provide.
- Endless Supply of Hot Water for more showers or tasks
- Space Savings
- Improved Performance and Longevity
- Monthly Savings
- Less Worry
Lunch will be provided courtesy of Gardner Marsh.
All participants (husband, wife, etc) should register individually for a correct lunch count.
How will I know my reservation was accepted?
A representative from York County Natural Gas will contact you to confirm your reservation.
Where do I park?
Park BEHIND the York County Natural Gas Operations Center. Take Cherry Road to Mueller Street, near the intersection of W. Main St. Mueller Street leads straight into our fence. Turn right into the parking area. A representative from York County Natural Gas will direct you once you arrive.
Will I be required to make a purchase?
No. This session is set up for you to learn more about tankless water heating, along with the benefits and options for installation. We are currently offering an additional $200 off installation, rebates for switching or replacing your current tank of $100-$400, and the opportunity for tax credits.
How can I contact the Organizer/Host with questions?
Call 803.323.5315 or click on the "Contact the Host" button on the right of this screen.
When & Where
York County Natural Gas
For over 50 years York County Natural Gas Authority (YCNGA) has provided residential, commercial and industrial gas service. Our service area includes all of York County and the Northeast portion of Cherokee County. With over 1,000 miles of distribution mains we currently serve approximately 54,000 customers.