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“Trojan Tips” – Tips on How to Properly Store Deep-Cycle Batteries

December 05, 2012
9 am (Central)
Education Points: 0.1

“Trojan Tips” is designed to expand and enhance the deep-cycle battery knowledge of golf course superintendents. This “Trojan Tips” session will address effective methods for preparing batteries for winter storage, battery maintenance while in storage, and battery tips when bringing them out of storage and getting them ready for the next golf season.

About the instructor
As director of quality and technical services for Trojan Battery Company, Vicki Hall is responsible for the company’s overall product quality programs, initiatives and strategies. She oversees Trojan Battery’s application engineering support program, which includes charger testing and evaluation of field applications for the company’s original equipment manufacturer (OEM) vendors. She also manages the company's global technical support team that addresses technical questions that come in via Trojan’s toll-free technical support hotline and the company’s website.

Prior to joining Trojan Battery in 2006, Hall served as technical marketing manager for FIAMM Technologies, a manufacturer of batteries for the telecom industry. She also managed OE engineering for Exide Technologies, formerly GNB Technologies, an OEM battery supplier for automotive, utility and heavy-trucking manufacturers such as Ford, Mercedes Benz, John Deere and Peterbilt. While with GNB Technologies, Hall held various quality services positions and played an integral role in the company receiving the Ford Motor Company Gold Supplier for Quality award.

Hall served as a bioenvironmental engineering technician in the Unites States Air Force and is a veteran of the first Gulf War, Operation Desert Storm. She received her bachelor's degree in biology from Coastal Carolina University in Conway, S.C.