ABMA: Here to Help Keep Your 'Powder' Dry in the Years Ahead

Rawson, Randy
June 2007
Heating/Piping/Air Conditioning Engineering;Jun2007 Supplement, Vol. 79, pBSE5
The article assures members of the American Boilers' Manufacturers Association (ABMA) that the society, which is an association of experts on technology and market conditions are there to help in times of economic and business hardships. Although many business opportunities are available at present, economic forecasts predict a recession in the coming years. According to the article, it is best make the most of opportunities that the present holds, to trust in God, and to be ready for the worst.


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