Watch And Win With 'Your Key To Success' Sweepstakes

Watch And Win With TGTA ‘Your Key To Success’ Sweepstakes

Pronto Network and Federated customers who watch this month’s featured course will have the chance to win prizes.

The Pronto Network and Federated customers who watch this month’s featured course from The Group Training Academy (TGTA), entitled “The Key to Security System Diagnostics,” will have the opportunity to win some business-enhancing prizes.

Prizes will include a SmartPro key programmer, a Twister II key-cutting machine, a RW4 key cloning kit and a two-year NASTF vehicle-security professional account.

“The ‘Your Key to Success’ sweepstakes is a great way for our service-provider customers to see how many informative training resources are available from The Group Training Academy,” said Larry Pavey, CEO of the Automotive Parts Services Group (The Group). “Not only are we providing our customers an instructive training course, but also the opportunity to win some impressive prizes that they can use in their own businesses. With the recent merger of The Group Training Academy and The Network Academy, now is a great time to learn more about what TGTA has to offer.”

In this course, ASE Master Technician John Forro will demystify today’s key-programming systems, explaining how bringing this service into a shop not only will be an added service for customers, but also create a new profit center. Forro will explain the workings of new automotive smart-key systems, including specific OEM tips and advanced key-programming and cutting tools available for their shop. For shops looking for new ways to increase their revenues, the course is a great place to start.

Viewers can watch the course live at noon EDT on June 9 or they have until June 30 to watch the archived presentation to be entered for a chance to win.

To learn more, visit https://thegrouptrainingacademy.com/keyprogrammingsweepstakes/

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