What’s up with this registration stuff?

Some editorial items now will require registration on our Web site to view. This will enable us to ensure that we are reaching contracting professionals like yourself with our content.

As a subscriber to one of CONTRACTOR magazine’s editorial products, either in print or online, I'm writing to make you aware of a change that is happening on our website.

Some editorial items now will require registration on our Web site to view. This will enable us to ensure that we are reaching contracting professionals like yourself with our content. Site registration also will allow you to comment on the articles on www.contractormag.com.

Registration is FREE and only will take a few minutes. Once you register, if you check the "remember me" box, you should stay logged in to the site. However, if you happen to log out, simply enter your username and password to log back in again.

Registered content is available on www.contractormag.com now, and you will encounter it more often as a regular reader.

All registration information will be handled in accordance with Penton Media's privacy policy.

Should you encounter any problems with registering, please contact our customer service.

We want to make sure we’re properly connected to you, the professional plumbing, heating, piping and mechanical contractor. And once you register with us, we’ll shout like Sally Field at the Academy Awards, “You like us, you really like us.” We’re looking forward to hearing from you.

Regards,

Bob Mader

Editorial Director

CONTRACTOR magazine

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