Know a young person interested in this industry? Read on…

Northwood University and DeVos Graduate School of Management would like to invite your next generation — sons, daughters, cousins, nephews or in-laws — to a unique educational and networking event: Futures in a Family Distribution Business.

This is a special event sponsored by the Randall-Reilly Education Project. Randall-Reilly is the publisher of Truck Parts & Service magazine.

This seminar will be held on July 9 to 11, 2008 at the Sloan Aftermarket Building on the campus of Northwood University in Midland, Mich.

Northwood University would like to gather the next generation owners together for two days to trade stories and learn about running family heavy-duty distribution businesses. Participants are expected to range from 17 to 30 years of age and to either be in, or be thinking about entering, the heavy-duty business.

There is no charge for participants. Randall-Reilly will cover the costs for everything except transportation to and from Midland. Registration will be capped at 25.

For more information, or to reserve a spot at the seminar, contact:

· Professor Jim John at Northwood (989-837-4342 or or
· Bill Wade (847-760-0067 or )

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