Bartec Announces SEMA/AAPEX iPad Drawing And Show Events

Bartec Announces SEMA/AAPEX iPad Drawing And Show Events

Bartec, an industry leader in TPMS tools and solutions, announces that in addition to all the new and exciting things being displayed in its booths at this year's AAPEX [1273] and SEMA [40062] shows, it's giving away Apple iPads!

Bartec, an industry leader in TPMS tools and solutions, announces that in addition to all the new and exciting things being displayed in its booths at this year’s AAPEX [1273] and SEMA [40062] shows, it’s giving away Apple iPads! Visit one of its booths and complete an entry form to be part of the next day’s drawing. A winner will be selected the following day.  Drawings will be held three times during show week, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at 9 a.m. Each drawing will select a winner from the previous day’s entries, and you must be present to win.
 
Each Bartec booth will feature its complete range of TPMS Tools and solutions, informative videos and product demonstrations. According to the company, Bartec is the TPMS Tool partner you can trust to deliver the right solution and back it with the very best in customer service and technical support. Learn all about Bartec’s roots in TPMS that start with being the global leader in TPMS installations at Original Equipment Manufacturers. 

“What car plants, auto dealers, the aftermarket, and the Top 100 Tire Dealers know and recognize, is that Bartec delivers dependable and easy to use solutions,” said Scot Holloway Bartec CEO.
 
This year’s SEMA/AAPEX shows are setting up to be well attended and very busy. The TPMS category will no doubt be the hot topic, especially at the Global Tire Expo. Scot Holloway will join a panel of industry leaders, hosted by the TIA, to discuss managing the risks of serving TPMS. TPMS at 10 is Tuesday, November 5th, at 10:00 a.m.

According to Holloway, “With so many new products emerging in the TPMS space, this year’s event should prove to be informative and enlightening, you won’t want to miss it!”

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