The Automotive Management Institute's class of 2005 was 150 graduates strong. About 50 students participated in ASA's Celebration of Excellence Friday night.
This year's NACE featured several special interest areas. Pictured here is the "Satrsky and Hutch" car from the television show.
Attendees packed the South Pacific ballroom for Lynn Donohue's luncheon speech, "Call to Action! Challenge for the Collision Repair Industry."
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NACE 2005 is more focused than ever before, bringing the entire collision repair industry to you - the collision repair professional. No other event is as focused on helping you build your collision repair business and advance your career. With the unique lineup of educational seminars, a comprehensive Exposition, and top-notch speakers, NACE provides you with the products, resources and knowledge you need to help you advance your business.
Once again, NACE delivers unlimited opportunities to network, and to learn about and explore the issues affecting your segment of the industry. And no matter what that segment is, NACE is your event. Keeping you current and up-to-date on the latest technologies and products is an ongoing goal of NACE. If you were among those who visited the 500-plus exhibitors during Day 2 of the Expo, you probably noticed NACE's commitment to that goal.
I also noticed a flood of people in the New Products Pavilion today. Over 80 percent of NACE attendees expect to see new products at the show. The New Products Pavilion meets those expectations, allowing participating exhibitors to showcase the newest products about to hit the collision repair market. Make sure you vote on the best new product of the year in the New Products Pavilion.
Be sure to check the Online Daily News for continuous, up-to-the-minute coverage of NACE 2005. We will continue to keep you informed of the latest events at this year's show.
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