Allied Building Products Hosts Solar Sales Training June 21 and 22

Workshops include hands-on training with Solyndra, SolarWorld, SMA and Unirac

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ – The Solar Division of Allied Building Products Corp. will be hosting an in-depth solar sales training program involving both residential and commercial solar products. In partnership with Solyndra, SolarWorld, SMA and Unirac, the two-day program will involve sales training as well as hands-on workshops.


The first part of the program will be held at Allied's state-of-the-art conference center in Rutherford, NJ starting at 9am. There is a $75 per person attendance fee per day, or $125 per person for both days; this includes both training sessions with breakfast and lunch served.

The first day will include solar sales training followed by SolarWorld Sunkit training. The second day will include solar training using residential mounting hardware and string inverters, followed by hands-on workshops. The workshops will include a Solyndra installation demo, as well as Unirac and SMA demonstrations.

To reserve a spot in the training, please call 877-870-7887 or email solarsales@alliedbuilding.com

About Allied Building Products Corp.
Allied Building Products Corp. distributes building products to specialty contractors from over 180 locations throughout the US. Allied is a division of Oldcastle, Inc., the North American holding company for CRH plc (NYSE: CRH). Allied's Solar Division supplies solar panels, mounting hardware, inverters and monitoring systems to qualified solar contractors. For more information, please call 1 (877) 870-7887, email solarsales@alliedbuilding.com or visit http://solar.alliedbuilding.com/.

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