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AERA Tech & Skills Regional Conference
Miami, United States - 5 April 2008
Conference / congress

MaxiForce® will host an AERA® (Automotive Engine Rebuilders Association) Tech & Skills Regional Conference at its Miami headquarters.

The AERA has replaced the annual trade show with a more intimate regional conference in order to provide technical presentations and unique shop-skills instruction to all those who attend.  The content of the Technical presentations are to be announced at a later date.

MaxiForce and the AERA® are inviting leading manufacturers of engine building/rebuilding tools, supplies, services parts and machinery to attend this conference. These suppliers are invited to have table top displays that will accessible throughout the day.

5 April 2008

10900 NW 30th St, Doral, FL, United States +1 305-592-7027

Contact for booking / more info:
Media Contact Paul F Kelly MaxiForce, Inc Tel: 305 592-7027

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