ACPN Announces 2024 Scholarship Winner

ACPN Announces 2024 Scholarship Winner

Omer Zanoor of Canadian Tire Corp. is the 2024 ACPN Scholarship winner.

The Automotive Content Professionals Network (ACPN), a community of the Auto Care Association, announced that Omer Zanoor, of Canadian Tire Corp. is the 2024 ACPN Scholarship winner.

The ACPN Scholarship awards one deserving individual, who has the passion and determination to pursue professional and personal growth, the opportunity to attend and engage with the ACPN community at the 2024 Auto Care Connect conference.

“We are thrilled to be able to help educate, inspire and connect Omer by awarding him this year’s scholarship,” said ACPN Chair Chelsea Scally. “We are also very grateful for ETE Reman who graciously sponsored this year’s scholarship program.”

The scholarship covers the entire cost to attend the 2024 Auto Care Connect conference and provides access to mentoring and networking opportunities. The ACPN scholarship winner also receives a tailored conference journey that will provide insight into what the aftermarket ecosystem is, who the players are, what the Auto Care Association does and how they all fit together.

ACPN’s in-person conference, formerly called the ACPN Knowledge Exchange Conference, has merged into the annual Auto Care Connect conference. Auto Care Connect will feature the same ACPN content its attendees are familiar with, in a new and refreshed format.

Auto Care Connect will take place May 5-8 in Chicago and is set to be the largest gathering of content professionals and service providers in the aftermarket.

For more information about the ACPN scholarship click here. To learn more about the upcoming 2024 Auto Care Connect conference click here.

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