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Register Now for University of the Aftermarket’s University Forum at AAPEX

The University of the Aftermarket's University Forum is your chance to tap into critical industry insights that add value to your company and increase your opportunities for career growth. University Forum, held on Sunday, Oct. 31, prior to the start of the annual AAPEX Show, will feature a number of valuable presentations. Presenters will include industry experts, such as Dave Caracci, John Passante, Bob Moore, Rick Benjamin and Chuck Udell.

LAS VEGAS — The University of the Aftermarket’s University Forum is your chance to tap into critical industry insights that add value to your company and increase your opportunities for career growth.

University Forum, held on Sunday, Oct. 31, prior to the start of the annual AAPEX Show, will feature a number of valuable presentations, including:

* OE Dealerships & Their Triple Edge Threat and Opportunity to the Aftermarket (Executive Roundtable & Service Dealer Panel)

* Turn Your Leadership Passions Into Measurable Performance

* Connecting The Dots In The Supply Chain

* How To Inspire Managers & Sales People To Do Their Best

* Best of 2010

Presenters will include industry experts, such as Dave Caracci, John Passante, Bob Moore, Rick Benjamin and Chuck Udell.

This year’s General Session will be presented by Jon Owens, AAP, Babcox; and Bill Hanvey, Motormite-Dorman. The topic will be: SWOT Analysis of OE Dealers. Owens and Hanvey will discuss capturing new service customers, competing with aggressive parts providers to the independent service dealers and recruiting the best and brightest young talent.

Early bird registration ends Oct. 15, 2004. For more information and to register online, go to: http://www.univaftmkt.org/courses/G533.htm.

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