AutoInsider-Live-LogoAndrew Page has launched its first interactive aftermarket trade show designed for garage technicians and apprentices.

AutoInsider Live will be held for the first time in Harrogate, Yorkshire on May 15. The event will give attendees of all abilities a chance to learn, keep up with latest developments and to grab themselves a bargain.

The show is the first of its kind by AP and reinforces its commitment to training and skills development within the UK industry.

AutoInsider Live will feature a number of technical seminars, a live demonstration area, product presentations and interactive displays, as well as some fun activities including mini motorsport racing and a Milwaukee pit stop challenge.

It is also a good opportunity for workshops to meet suppliers and possibly grab a bargain with special show prices and discounts available on the day.

Rob Croft, Technical Manager at Andrew Page, said: “We spend a lot of time talking with garages and technicians, and there is a real thirst for knowledge and training. Because we work with the leading suppliers to the industry, we’re able to provide expert and impartial advice.”

The aim is to produce a series of regional aftermarket trade shows bringing suppliers and technicians together under one roof. The first show is targeted at Andrew Page customers from 30 of its branches in the North East, North West, Central and Eastern regions, which will see garages from Liverpool, Manchester Hull and Leeds being there in attendance.

Entry to AutoInsider Live is free with tickets being made available from any Andrew Page or Camberley Auto Factors branches.

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