Event organizers have announced that Carquest is returning as an exhibitor at the Congress on Automotive Repair & Service (CARS), having not exhibited since 2007.
Along with 400 square feet of exhibit space at the Automotive Service & Repair Week event, Carquest will be presenting two technical training sessions within the CARS Conference Program. These courses will focus on domestic vehicle security system diagnosis and electronically controlled transmission diagnosis.
“We are excited to once again support our customers by providing a quality learning experience at CARS,” said Chris Chesney, director Carquest Technical Institute. “Events such as CARS give the industry the chance to experience the value that Carquest Technical Institute delivers on behalf of our Carquest Auto Parts Stores. We will also be showcasing our Tech-Net Professional and Carquest eServices programs as well as Carquest Virtual Vehicle.”
Bill Haas, ASA vice president, education and training, added, “It is always a pleasure to work with Chris Chesney at Carquest Technical Institute. Chris and his team have a reputation for developing technical training designed to solve problems technicians are confronted with in the service bay. CTI instructors somehow always manage to make complex systems simple enough for everyone to understand.The addition of CTI technical classes to the ASRW conference will be a great value for the attendees.”
The ASRW 2010 events will take place Oct. 10-13 at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas (no longer during AAIW). ASRW is a stand-alone event specifically created for all automotive service and repair professionals, enabling even more industry segments to join under the umbrella. The high-quality educational program is scheduled Oct. 10-13, a Sunday through Wednesday day pattern; and the comprehensive exhibits will be open from Oct. 11-13, Monday through Wednesday. ASRW currently features the International Autobody Congress & Exposition (NACE), sponsored by the Automotive Service Association (ASA), and the Congress of Automotive Repair & Service (CARS), also sponsored by ASA.