AVI Training During Industry Week a Huge Success

AVI Training During Industry Week a Huge Success

Automotive Video Inc. wrapped up its annual 2010 Training Conference during Industry Week on Friday November 5 with a positive buzz from exhibitors and attendees alike.

Automotive Video Inc. wrapped up its annual 2010 Training Conference during Industry Week on Friday November 5 with a positive buzz from exhibitors and attendees alike. The exhibitor show floor opened up with a Hospitality Party featuring an appearance by Vegas showgirls, a live jazz band, and the magic of Dan Sperry. The training classes were packed while instructors presented cutting edge material on topics like hybrids, diagnostics, and diesel engines.

Exhibitors raved about the intimate setting and the opportunities they had to network and promote their products with attendees. The opening night party gave them a chance to unwind from a busy week and spend one-on-one time with attendees. After an evening of cocktails and a steak dinner, Dan Sperry’s personable style of showmanship offered the audience as much laughter as it did magic.  

Attendees were impressed by the caliber of the instructors and materials they presented. They were able to choose from 19 classes being offered by a cornucopia of who’s who of instructors in the automotive industry. Initial feedback from attendees shows that they found the classes relevant and engaging.  The information gleaned is sure to save them time and money in their day-to-day business.

AVI is already in full swing for planning next year’s conference during Industry Week, which will be Oct. 30-Nov. 4, 2011.  If you would like more information on any of AVI’s training conferences or materials, visit www.auto-video.com or call (800) 718-7246 ext. 224.  

Team AVI helps automotive technicians and shop owners sharpen their skills and improve their knowledge through their network of training websites, DVD programs, and the annual AVI Training Conferences.

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