Automotive Communications Council Announces Details Of 2018 Annual Conference

Automotive Communications Council Announces Details Of 2018 Annual Conference

The event will begin with an informal reception on the evening of Monday, March 26, 2018, welcoming all attendees of the conference.

The Automotive Communications Council (ACC) will hold its 2018 annual conference in Louisville, Kentucky, at the Hyatt Regency Louisville. The event will begin with an informal reception on the evening of Monday, March 26, 2018, welcoming all attendees of the conference.

The newly re-organized ACC is planning another event focusing on the latest industry marketing trends and information. ACC says, as always, there will be a jam-packed agenda over the two full conference days March 27 and 28.  “Our council is working hard to deliver valuable speakers and dynamic topics along with the amazing networking opportunities attendees have come to expect from the annual conference,” said Meagan Mood, ACC president and marketing communications manager for ZF. “The ACC membership is a perfect mix of some of the greatest marketing minds in the industry willing to share their knowledge, as well as new marketers eager to learn. Year after year, this group comes together for this interactive and very effective event where we share ideas and advance our skill sets.”

The 2018 annual conference is open to all marketing and communications professionals in the automotive aftermarket industry. More details regarding the 2018 conference agenda, evening activities and registration will be available in the months to follow.

For more information about ACC, contact Meagan Moody at 872-256-1868 or email [email protected]. Information also is available on Facebook and LinkedIn, under the Automotive Communications Council group page.

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