>>It was Tangredi's second trip to Brazil, which is gearing up to host the 2014 FIFA World Cup and 2016 Summer Olympic Games.
"They want to be the 'green Olympics' and they're willing to pay for it," Sanderson said.
Tangredi said the Florida delegation "hit a home run" in Brazil, the world's seventh-largest economy. He met with the president of the Brazilian Green Business Council, the governor of Sao Paulo, architects for the World Cup and Olympic stadiums, chief executives of the nation's largest mall developer and top executives for South American air conditioning manufacturers.
He said he was invited to present NanoAir to a "broader range of technical people who are designing many of the larger portions of the World Cup and Olympics' new buildings."<<
It was Tangedi's second trip --- looks to me like a demonstration project for NanoAir in an olympic venue.