WORLDPAC's Second Supplier and Training EXPO Starts Today

WORLDPAC’s Second Supplier and Training EXPO Starts Today

WORLDPAC's second Supplier and Training EXPO starts today at the Anaheim Marriott Hotel and Convention Center in southern California. The four-day event, which WORLDPAC says will help customers better succeed in the changing aftermarket environment, has grown to double the capacity of the initial event and provides exclusive technical and business training, along with product knowledge from suppliers.

WORLDPAC’s second Supplier and Training EXPO starts today at the Anaheim Marriott Hotel and Convention Center in southern California. The four-day event, which WORLDPAC says will help customers better succeed in the changing aftermarket environment, has grown to double the capacity of the initial event and provides exclusive technical and business training, along with product knowledge from suppliers.

The company says the Supplier and Training EXPO provides WORLDPAC customers with a completely customized weekend of exclusive technical and business training specifically designed to increase the future success of their independent repair businesses. The event’s full schedule of activities also includes a supplier EXPO featuring a tool and equipment show, special guest speakers discussing important industry issues, extensive networking opportunities and a raffle featuring highly coveted prizes, according to WORLDPAC.

WORLDPAC’s Supplier and Training EXPO will host over 1,000 independent repair professionals from the U.S., Canada and Puerto Rico, over 80 leading suppliers including tool and equipment manufacturers and over 40 of the industry’s most respected technical and business training instructors. WORLDPAC’s top management and sales staff will also be in attendance.

To learn more about WORLDPAC, call (800) 888-9982 ext. 5470 or visit www.worldpac.com.

 

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