AVI 2010 Training Conference Class Schedule and Instructors Announced

AVI 2010 Training Conference Class Schedule and Instructors Announced

This year, Automotive Video, Inc. has moved its 2010 AVI Training Conference to Las Vegas, NV, during Industry Week on November 4-5, 2010. The conference is receiving strong support from sponsors and exhibitors alike. The class schedule along with instructor biographies and the details of each class can now be found on their website. Attendees can register for the conference and classes all at once.

This year, Automotive Video, Inc has moved its 2010 AVI Training Conference to Las Vegas, NV, during Industry Week on November 4-5, 2010. The conference is receiving strong support from sponsors and exhibitors alike. The class schedule along with instructor biographies and the details of each class can now be found on www.aviconference.com.  Attendees can register for the conference and classes all at once.

Many attendees have expressed excitement for the technical training element that AVI brings to this world-class event.  In addition to intimate training classes, attendees have the opportunity to network with some of the industry’s leading experts and trainers.

AVI has been enthusiastic about promoting the new venue for their training conference.  They have created their own AVI Scratch Off lottery ticket to distribute to exhibitors, distributors, instructors, customers, and potential attendees.  The Grand Prize is a completely paid trip to the 2010 AVI Conference including airfare, a 2-night stay in Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, and full conference tuition.  In addition to printed tickets, potential attendees can try their luck at the game online at www.aviconference.com/scratchoff.  

The 2010 AVI Training Conference will be hosted at the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, NV.  For more information on attending, call (800) 718-7246 ext. 224 or visit www.aviconference.com.

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