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MACS Launches New Web Site

MACS Launches New Web Site

The Mobile Air Conditioning Society (MACS) Worldwide has launched a new website. Located at www.macsw.org , the site, designed for easy navigation, includes information concerning Section 609 certification, news from the mobile A/C and engine cooling system industry, mobile A/C training information, details on upcoming conventions and clinics, a store and a content-rich members-only area and discussion forum. There is also a classifieds page to help connect employers with potential employees, and a page devoted to the current work of the Improved Mobile Air Conditioning (I-MAC) project.

LANSDALE, Pa. — The Mobile Air Conditioning Society (MACS) Worldwide has launched a new Web site — www.macsw.org — designed to be more user-friendly and efficient.

Included on the new site is MACS’ membership and certification database, which is the backbone of the association information management system. MACS members can also find on the site member-only content, including a summary of member business advantages, archived convention presentations, ACTION magazine articles and back issues of the MACS Service Reports.

Visitors to the site can view mobile air conditioning technical and regulatory information, as well as a calendar of training and convention events and resources for industry professionals, student technicians and consumers.

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LANSDALE, PA — The Mobile Air Conditioning Society (MACS) Worldwide has launched a new website. Located at www.macsw.org , the site, designed for easy navigation, includes information concerning Section 609 certification, news from the mobile A/C and engine cooling system industry, mobile A/C training information, details on upcoming conventions and clinics, a store and a content-rich members-only area and discussion forum. There is also a classifieds page to help connect employers with potential employees, and a page devoted to the current work of the Improved Mobile Air Conditioning (I-MAC) project.

“MACS is continually looking for ways to better serve our membership and because of content expansion we had outgrown our old Web site,” remarked Elvis Hoffpauir, MACS president and COO. He added, “Our Web site was conceived and designed in-house and we can re-act quickly to post news and communicate information and keep the site current easily. MACS members will also enjoy an expanded library of archived MACS publications in their exclusive area.”

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