TPMS has become one of the hottest topics in the Canadian aftermarket. You have likely been inundated with technical material on how to service TPMS systems correctly and have listened to countless sales pitches from one supplier or another. Perhaps your biggest challenge is making TPMS a profitable part of your business. Susan Hitchon will provide you with hard facts and key strategies for embracing this new technology and makeTPMS your fastest growing category at a considerable profit.
The AIA Western Canada Automotive Service Providers Forum is being held September 12th, 2013. This not-to-be missed event will take place at the beautiful Elk Ridge Resort, a four-star destination/lifestyle resort located deep in the boreal forest.
Planned specifically with today’s shop owners and managers in mind, the Forum is the ideal opportunity to invest in the future of your business. This event includes shop presentations from your industry peers, leading industry speakers including Rui Martins who will address the changes needed to transform a shop from survival to prosperity and James Shields who will focus on new technology and how this will impact shops both today and in the future.
Closing the day will be women’s gold medal hockey champion Cheryl Pounder whose enthusiastic presentation will both inspire you and educate you on the need for setting goals, remaining focused and overcoming adversity.
(AIA Canada would like to recognize and thank Grote Industries for their financial support and assistance in securing women’s hockey champion Cheryl Pounder as the closing speaker for the AIA Western Canada Automotive Service Providers Forum.)