The Heavy Duty Repair Forum has announced two more speakers for next month’s event, scheduled for March 24-25 in Fort Worth, Texas.
Event organizers say Steve Beck has been announced as keynote speaker. Beck’s motivational and entertaining keynote speech will provide attendees with tips and suggestions on how to have a Great Day, Every Day. He will guide the audience through understanding their ability and influence to make every interaction a positive one. His insightful, energetic, and passionate approach will be on full display day one.
Additionally, after addressing attendees at the general session, Beck will deliver a fast paced 90-minute seminar on “Coaching Employees..” Beck’s approach to coaching employees will leave attendees with tools and action items they can immediately implement in their place of business to get the most out of their teams. Beck’s breakout session takes place during the fist of six afternoon break-out sessions taking place over the course of the program.
Finally, HD Repair Forum organizers say Right to Repair legislation dominated industry headlines in the aftermarket almost ten years ago. It also changed the face of the industry. Aaron Lowe, senior vice president, Regulatory and Government Affairs, Auto Care Association, was at the forefront of that legislation. He led an effort to ensure the industry had access to the data needed to properly repair vehicles.
Many years later, Right to Repair is taking center stage yet again. The latest advancement in technology specific to telematics is causing shock waves across the country and in Washington D.C. At next month’s event, Lowe will provide an update on what is happening in Massachusetts and in Washington D.C., and what impact it will have on the heavy-duty collision repair industry.
Collision repairers, shop owners and management, fleet repairers, OEM/manufacturers, insurance professionals and appraisers, equipment/service/technology companies, and any others serving the heavy-duty collision repair industry are encouraged to attend the HD Repair Forum.
For more information about this year’s event, and to register, please CLICK HERE.