ACC Fall 2004 Conference Early-Bird Registration Deadline Ends August 13 - aftermarketNews

ACC Fall 2004 Conference Early-Bird Registration Deadline Ends August 13

The early bird deadline to register for the Automotive Communications Council (ACC) Fall 2004 Conference ends August 13. The 2004 ACC Fall Conference is scheduled to take place on Sept. 12 -13 at the Renaissance Hotel in Chicago. The early bird deadline to register for the Automotive Communications Council (ACC) Fall 2004 Conference ends August 13. The 2004 ACC Fall Conference is scheduled to take place on Sept. 12 -13 at the Renaissance Hotel in Chicago.

BETHESDA, MD — The early bird deadline to register for the Automotive Communications Council (ACC) Fall 2004 Conference ends August 13. The 2004 ACC Fall Conference is scheduled to take place on Sept. 12 -13 at the Renaissance Hotel in Chicago.

Attendees can save $100 on registration rates for the 2004 Fall ACC Conference by registering before the August 13 deadline.

An online registration form is available at: http://www.acc-online.org/pdf/ACC_fall2004_registration.pdf.

For more information about ACC, call 240-333-1089 or e-mail Jennifer Ortiz at [email protected] .

For hotel reservations, please contact Marriott reservations at 800-228-9290.

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