Auto-Wares Reports Another Successful Parts Store And Service Tech Expo In Grand Rapids

Auto-Wares Reports Another Successful Parts Store And Service Tech Expo In Grand Rapids

More than 2,450 service technicians, parts store owners and other automotive aftermarket professionals attended the Auto Value Bumper to Bumper Parts Store and Tech Expo in Grand Rapids, Mich., on Friday, Feb. 14 and Saturday, Feb. 15.

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – More than 2,450 service technicians, parts store owners and other automotive aftermarket professionals attended the Auto Value Bumper to Bumper Parts Store and Tech Expo in Grand Rapids, Mich., on Friday, Feb. 14 and Saturday, Feb. 15. The event offered attendees educational programs on many automotive aftermarket related topics. This is the first of two educational events hosted by Auto-Wares this year, with the second being held March 22 in Schaumberg, Ill. Auto-Wares expects to train more than 4,400 people between the two expos. The group has been hosting this training event for 17 years and has filled more than 40,000 training seats during that span of time.
 
In addition to the training opportunities, a large booth show was held with more than 200 manufacturers represented. Attendees were able to see the latest product offerings from various vendors all under one roof. Attendees also were able to make purchases at the show at special savings for their businesses. The weekend also serves as an Auto Value & Bumper to Bumper Stores marketing conference. Many stores owners bring their best installer customers. Manufacturers, distributors, stores, installers and students all come together to learn and network.
 
For more information regarding the Auto Value / Bumper to Bumper Parts Store and Service Tech Expo, visit www.avtechexpo.com.
 

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