Free Upcoming Web-conference:
Tuesday, Jan 26th: 1pm CST
With the success of our very first Web Conference, we have decided to continue to share our knowledge with another conference! Join us for our next upcoming virtual web conference on Tuesday, January 26th at 1:00 P.M CST. The topic of this web conference will be frost heave and the many issues it causes rinks around the country. We will be discussing ways to detect it, how to avoid it and how to fix it!
Wish to attend? Send us an email at email@example.com saying you wish to attend our web conference about Frost Heave and you will be added to the list of attendees! Once you are added to the list, you will be forwarded a link to the online call. Space is limited so make sure to get on the list right away!
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