The Detroit Autorama, scheduled for the weekend of March 7-9, is one of the premier automotive events in the nation, featuring many of America’s finest hot rods, customs, trucks, motorcycles, and even race cars, right in the heart of the ‘motor city.’ In addition to the rows upon rows of incredible machinery, celebrity guest appearances, charity events, and demonstrations, the show will also feature an Education Day, of which our friends at Powermaster will be front and center presenting a one-hour product training seminar, that will be conducted prior to the opening of the show, on Thursday, March 6, at 4 p.m. in the COBO Center, the site of the annual Autorama. Powermaster’s seminar will be one of 25 held as part of the HRIA Education Day.
SEMA’s HRIA — or Hot Rod Industry Alliance — will host the 2014 Education Day and Training, with many of the industry’s most influential manufacturers on hand offering workshops on installations, new products, marketing, selling techniques, and tips for running your high performance automotive business. Of course, not only does the event offer an exceptional educational experience, but also provides the chance to network and establish relationships with central figures in our industry.
Powermaster, manufacturers of high performance starters and alternators for late model vehicles, hot rods, trucks, and race cars, will discuss their business and their products, with everything from industry trends to the inner working of their best and latest pieces.
Admission to the HRIA Education Day is free, but the sessions are filling up quickly, so be sure to register soon to reserve your seat at these educational seminars and a chance for an hour of one-on-one face time with industry leaders like Powermaster.
For more information contact Jim Skelly at SEMA [email protected]