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ISN opens Phoenix conference/training center

Integrated Supply Network (ISN) has increased its footprint in the U.S. to 10 locations with the newest addition of the ISN Phoenix Conference and Training Center located at 2115 South 11th Avenue, Suite 100, Phoenix, Ariz. ISN designed this new facility with training as the central focus. While it will be a distribution point to serve next day shipping to Nevada, Utah, New Mexico, Arizona, and Southern California, the training capabilities are also an added value.

At the new Phoenix Conference and Training Center, customers get to experience three distinct areas.

The first area is a 1,600-square-foot showroom that has vendor displays and products as well as a customer lounge featuring a regulation size pool table, pinball machine, bar area, and 70” LED television.

A warehouse comprises the core of this facility, including an on-car demonstration area. At approximately 1,900 square feet and stadium seating for 40-plus, this is where hands-on training classes using many of ISN’s vendor partners' products take place, as well as actual on-car demonstrations. Customers interested in using this area can book a vendor to come in and perform the newest training procedures or enjoy pre-scheduled events that ISN has on its activity calendar.

The third area in the facility is the 600-square-foot. training/meeting room with a wireless LCD projector and 130” electric video screen. The training room has seating for 40-plus and can be set in theater, classroom, conference or boardroom style to fit any group’s needs.

Bob Allomong, conference and training center manager, brings 25 years of experience in the automotive aftermarket, Allomong will work with customers to develop training curricula designed to fit their business, coordinate meetings with key customers, and work one-on-one with ISN manufacturer partners to ensure customer’s needs are met.

To host or to learn more about how to book an event, contact the Allomong at boba@isnweb.com.

 

 

 

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