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News   December 15, 2011   by CARS Magazine

Dennis Hull to speak at Ontario ASP Forum

The self-effacing brother of Bobby Hull and proud uncle of Brett Hull will round out the annual event organized by the Automotive Industries Association of Canada (AIA).


Dennis Hull will be the closing keynote speaker at the 2012 Ontario Automotive Service Providers’ Forum in March.

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The self-effacing brother of Bobby Hull and proud uncle of Brett Hull will round out the annual event organized by the Automotive Industries Association of Canada (AIA).

Described as one of the most talented speakers and comedians in all of sports, Dennis Hull will shares a wealth of anecdotes and stories from the many experiences he acquired throughout his life in hockey.

The Ontario ASP Forum will also feature four automotive business management speakers covering various topics, from succession planning, organizational policy and crisis management to business solutions for shop owners in Canada.

• Mac McGovern, Director of Training for KYB America LLC, who is considered to be one of the aftermarket’s leading trainers and advisors

• Jessica Reynolds, a Social Media Expert focusing on strategy, organizational policy, risk mitigation and crisis management

• Tom Deans, an Award Winning Speaker and Author of the BestSelling Book “Every Family’s Business”

• Dave Meunier, whose Automotive Management Training and Consulting group is one of the most sought after providers of business solutions for shop owners in Canada.

“This event is a great opportunity for shop owners and managers to learn how to grow their business,” says Marc Brazeau, president of AIA Canada. “It is also a great occasion for networking, and for jobbers who want to help their customers by providing them with this chance to learn from key industry experts.”

The 2012 Ontario Automotive Service Providers’ Forum will be held at the International Centre in Toronto on March 7, 2012. The registration brochure will be sent out in the beginning of January, or can be downloaded at www.aiacanada.com.


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