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YANG to Host Networking Reception at AAPEX

YANG says it will be its largest meet-up event of the year for the under-40 community of the Auto Care Association.

The Young Auto Care Network Group (YANG), an under-40 community of the Auto Care Association, will host what it says will be its largest meet-up event of the year, the YANG Networking Reception during the 2022 Automotive Aftermarket Products Expo (AAPEX). This event is open to all YANG members and mentors, and will take place Tuesday, Nov. 1., at the Venetian Resort’s Palazzo Pool Deck between 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m. PT. Food and drinks will be provided.

This year’s YANG Networking Reception is hosted by The Group – Federated Auto Parts and The Pronto Network (Auto Pride, Pronto and Parts Plus).

“AAPEX is the aftermarket’s premier event, so there’s no better time for YANG members to get together,” said Cotter Collins, chair, YANG. “It’s an opportunity for our members and their mentors to discuss this year’s industry hot topics and reflect on what a year it has been. We are excited to be at the Palazzo pool deck for the second year and are especially grateful to Automotive Parts Services Group for sponsoring.”

Registration for the event is required for entry. All attendees must show their AAPEX/SEMA badge and Eventbrite registration ticket for entry. The deadline to register is October 28, 2022.

Visit autocare.org/yang for more details and to register for the event.

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