Early Registration Now Open for Automotive Video, Inc.'s 2009 Training Conference

Early Registration Now Open for Automotive Video, Inc.’s 2009 Training Conference

Team AVI, Automotive Video, Inc., a leader in providing diagnostic training to the automotive repair industry, has begun early registration for their 2009 training conference. This weekend event will take place January 15-18, 2009 in the beautiful tropical setting of Fort Myers Beach, FL. This is a chance to come and learn from 13 of the top instructors in the industry who will be hosting live seminars and hands-on workshops ....

Team AVI, Automotive Video, Inc., a leader in providing diagnostic training to the automotive repair industry, has begun early registration for their 2009 training conference. This weekend event will take place January 15-18, 2009 in the beautiful tropical setting of Fort Myers Beach, FL. This is a chance to come and learn from 13 of the top instructors in the industry who will be hosting live seminars and hands-on workshops. There will also be plenty of opportunities to talk one-on-one with the instructors and network with sponsors and other service professionals in the industry.

The lineup of instructors includes: Bill Fulton, David Hobbs, Jay Buckley, Association of Diesel Specialists Tony Salas, Bill Haas from the Automotive Service Association, Dave Scaler, Wayne Colonna of Automatic Transmission Service Group, Charlie Fewell, John Thornton, Jim Wilson, George Witt from Automotive Management Institute, Dan Cox and Mark Dekoster.

This year AVI has teamed up with the Association of Diesel Service, ADS to provide a special package with diesel specific training. It will not be all work and no play. In addition to training, Team AVI will host a Casino Night and dinner, as well as sunset gatherings on the beautiful beachfront Pink Shell Resort & Conference Center. So plan on getting out of the cold winter weather, “train with the trainers” and have some fun in the sun with your family!

The 2009 conference will be supported by over 25 sponsors including ASE, ASA, ATSG and MACS.

For more information, call Automotive Video at (800) 718-7246 Ext. 233 or visit www.aviconference.com.

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