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Registration Open For MACS Training Event And Trade Show

The MACS 41st annual Training Event and Trade Show to be held Sept. 30-Oct. 2, 2021 at the Rosen Centre Hotel in Orlando, Florida.

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Registration is now open for ACcess, the Mobile Air Climate Systems Association, (MACS) 41st annual Training Event and Trade Show to be held Sept. 30-Oct. 2, 2021 at the Rosen Centre Hotel in Orlando, Florida. The event had been rescheduled due to the global pandemic.

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MACS is planning its 2021 Training Event with careful consideration to the current pandemic and is including safety and security measures as plans move forward, to create a valuable training and networking experience.

Attendees will gain ACcess to mobile A/C and engine cooling service and repair information needed to make accurate diagnosis and reliable repairs, while attending training sessions with the experts in the field for in-depth A/C training for passenger car and light truck, HD truck and off-road vehicles. They will also enjoy ACcess to network with other mobile A/C professionals. 

In addition to three days of blockbuster training classes with 25 of the industry’s top trainers, the MACS 2021 Training Event includes a socially distanced trade show featuring the manufacturers and suppliers of A/C systems, components, tools and equipment.

MACS annual golf tournament will take place on Wednesday, Sept. 29 at Rosen’s Shingle Creek Golf Course sponsored by Omega/GPD/Santech.

The 2021 Keynote Luncheon sponsored by MAHLE will feature Charles Sanville, The Humble Mechanic and will honor the Mobile Air Climate Industry Pioneer honorees.

Hotel reservations at the Rosen Centre Hotel and MACS Training Event registration can be made now through the MACS website at www.macsmobileairclimate.org.

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