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Think Up a Smart Name, Win a Smart Car

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Think Up a Smart Name, Win a Smart Car

Taco has a new, high-efficiency, ECM "smart" circulator in field tests now and we need a name.

This new unit is as smart as they come:
  • Saves more energy because it is smart enough to turn itself off.
  • Engineered specifically for American systems.
  • Built in Delta-T, Setpoint and Outdoor Reset.
  • Set a specific GPM.
  • Digital display keeps you informed

  • Get smart with a name for this smart little gem and you could win a Smart Car for yourself. You have two ways to enter. Enter as many times as you like.

  • Enter online at
  • Enter at the NAOHSM Tradeshow today and tomorrow in the Taco Booth, No. 500 in the Providence Convention Center.

  • We'll pick the winning name on June 30, 2010. In case of duplicates, we'll draw the winner from the identical entries. Good luck.

    The NAOHSM Show Live and Online
    The NAOHSM Convention and Tradeshow is underway in Providence. For those of you who can't be there, we'll be bringing the show to you.

    Throughout the event we will post videos to and photos at This is the next best thing to being there. Check out our videos and photos throughout the event.

    Visit Taco on Facebook
    With more than 850 members, the TacoHVAC community on Facebook is growing fast and the action is becoming more varied every day. You can still win an Apple ipod, too.

    One example: TacoHVAC community member Steve Gronski posted photos of what may be a new high for Taco. Steve carried a Taco circulator to the top of New Hampshire's Mt. Washington, at 6,288 feet, the highest peak in the Presidential Range of the White Mountains and the highest peak in the northeastern U.S.

    Take a look at Steve's photos here and post your own. Then ask yourself: Where will Taco show up next?

    Thanks for your interest.

    Tim Smith