Toyota SMART Key & VW Gas Direct Injection Seminar By John Thornton

Toyota SMART Key & VW Gas Direct Injection Seminar By John Thornton

AESwave announces that John Thornton will be in Fresno, CA, on Saturday, July 27, 2013 to present his seminar, "Toyota SMART Key & VW Gas Direct Injection."

AESwave announces that John Thornton will be in Fresno, CA, on Saturday, July 27, 2013 to present his seminar, "Toyota SMART Key & VW Gas Direct Injection."

Jorge Menchu states, “This is a unique opportunity for everyone on the west coast. John is one of the most sought after trainers. His ‘real world’ experience, working knowledge of the subjects and his presentation skills are unparalleled.”

John Thornton is an ASE-certified Master Automotive L1 with more than 30 years of diagnostic experience. Thornton conducts training seminars nationally. His seminars combine real-world problem solving with system operation, and focus on developing effective diagnostic techniques through a complete understanding of both the system and the diagnostic tools available.

Class information

Date: Saturday, July 27, 2013


Time: All day


Location: Fresno CA
Event Hotel and Seminar Location: Holiday Inn, across from the Fresno airport (FAT)

Reserve your spot: Call 877-351-9573 or register online.  Click here to register online.

Drive to Fresno: Fresno is about 3-4 hours driving time from San Francisco, Los Angeles and Sacramento.

Fly: non-stop to Fresno from: DFW, Denver, Las Vegas, LA, Phoenix, Portland, Reno, Salt Lake City, San Francisco, Seattle. Airlines serving Fresno include: United Airlines, US Airways, Delta, American Airlines, Alaska Air, Allegiant.

It’s a 5 minute walk from the airport baggage claim to the front door of the Holiday Inn.

For those that like to turn events into a vacation adventure, head for the mountains!

• Yosemite National Park is a 2.5 hour drive north of Fresno.

• Kings Canyon and Sequoia National Parks are a 1.5 hour drive east of Fresno.

Group discounts are available.  Contact us for more information.  

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