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Executive Sunrise Seminars Back by Popular Demand at AAPEX

Building on the success of last year's extremely popular Executive Sunrise Seminars, show organizers have announced an exciting lineup of presenters for this year's event. Executive Sunrise Seminars will take place Nov. 2 and 4 at during AAPEX as the Sands Expo Center in Las Vegas. This is the second year that the seminars will take place at AAPEX. Sponsored by professional services firm The Thomas Group the seminars will feature representatives from Harley-Davidson, FedEx Ground, John Force Racing and Avicon. AAPEX attendees will hear about building brand identity, building winning teams, RFID and efficient distribution.

ORLAND PARK, IL — Building on the success of last year’s extremely popular Executive Sunrise Seminars, show organizers have announced an exciting lineup of presenters for this year’s event.

Executive Sunrise Seminars will take place Nov. 2 and 4 at during AAPEX as the Sands Expo Center in Las Vegas. This is the second year that the seminars will take place at AAPEX. Sponsored by professional services firm The Thomas Group the seminars will feature representatives from Harley-Davidson, FedEx Ground, John Force Racing and Avicon. AAPEX attendees will hear about building brand identity, building winning teams, RFID and efficient distribution.

Seminars on Tuesday, Nov. 2 include:

• John Force, John Force Racing, “Building Winning Teams,” sponsored by the Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance, 7:45 a.m. – 8:45 a.m.

• Ron Hutchinson, vice president, parts & accessories, Harley-Davidson Motor Company, “Building Brand Identity,” 9 a.m. – 10 a.m.

Seminars on Thursday, Nov. 4 include:

• Bram Johnson, executive vice president, FedEx Ground, “Efficiencies in Distribution,” 7:45 a.m. – 8:45 a.m.

• Marc Linster, Ph.D., chief technology officer, Avicon, “The Risks & Rewards of RFID in the Aftermarket,” 9 a.m. – 10 a.m.

The Executive Sunrise Seminar Series is free, but seating is limited. For more information and to register to attend the free seminars, visit: www.aapexshow.com.

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