The April networking meeting for the Domestic Estate Management Association (DEMA) was hosted by William C. Huff Companies in Naples on Wednesday, April 26.
The meeting featured a special discussion about the current solar climate in Florida and featured Jim Henderson, owner of William C. Huff Companies, who presented the facts about solar power in Florida.
The presentation focused on leaving a zero carbon footprint on the environment and how solar power has become a viable and affordable option for energy production. Henderson encouraged all in attendance to think about how the future of solar power will reshape the environmental footprint for Southwest Florida.
Guests enjoyed wine and cheese during the networking portion of the evening plus, a tour of the William C. Huff newly constructed solar powered warehouse.
For additional information about DEMA or how to participate in this association, please visit www.domesticmanagers.com or contact Jim Henderson, owner of William C. Huff Companies and founding President of the Naples DEMA Chapter at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ABOUT DEMA: The organization provides a forum for private service professionals and certified service vendors interested in better serving and protecting the best interests of their clients. Established in 2007, the Domestic Estate Management Association has quickly become a well-respected resource. DEMA has approximately 2,500 members in all 50 states with 19 chapters and has had a major impact on the Private Service Industry in a short time.