Registration now open for MACS 2015 Training Event and Trade Show

Registration is now open for the ultimate, total vehicle climate and thermal management, three-day, live training event delivered by the best instructors in the business. The Mobile Air Conditioning Society (MACS) Worldwide will hold its 2015 Training Event and Trade Show, February 5-7, 2015 at the Caribe Royale All Suite Hotel and Convention Center in Orlando, Fla.

“We are very pleased so many MACS member companies are sending their best instructors to make our 2015 training event such a powerful and valuable technical program,” expressed Elvis L. Hoffpauir, MACS president and chief operating officer. “We are also excited that Robert L. Darbelnet, president of AAA, who has a great understanding of the service and repair business will deliver our Keynote address. We are also honored to have representatives from Chrysler, Ford, General Motors and Toyota delivering presentations at our general session before we kick-off our day-long trade show.  MACS has a busy schedule planned and, I truly believe something for everyone who wants to grow their business and grow personally.”

In addition, adjacent meetings will be held by the Interior Climate Control Committee of SAE International on Thursday, February 5 and the Car Care Council Women’s Board will be holding their Winter Leadership Conference on Wednesday, February 4 and Thursday, February 5.

The entire schedule for the MACS 2015 Training Event and Trade Show can be found on the MACS website at www.macsw.org. Registration can be completed online or by phone at 215/631-7020 x 0 and by fax at 215-631-7017.

Hotel reservations can be made for the Caribe Royale All Suite Hotel and Convention Center through a custom link on the MACS website or by phone at 888-258-7501. MACS room rate is $155 per night plus tax for a suite. The room rate cut-off date is January 6, 2015.

The MACS 2015 Training Event and Trade Show will showcase 24 expert speakers speaking on a variety of cutting-edge, intense mobile A/C service and repair issues.

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