Countdown to IAAF conference and dinner begins

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IAAF-Conference--Awards-Dinner1This year will see a number of firsts at the Independent Automotive Aftermarket Federation’s annual conference and dinner.

For the first time the event will not be held at the Hilton Metropole, but the ICC in Birmingham, which was chosen due its travel versatility and array of accommodation options.

It will also be the first time new Chief Executive Wendy Williamson will be at the helm, after taking over from Brian Spratt earlier this year.

The IAAF’s conference and dinner will be held on December 4 with the conference consisting of keynotes and debates on topics and issues affecting the aftermarket, while the evening soiree will be adorned by recognising those shining lights in the aftermarket, followed by much revered silent auction.

Williamson added: “We’ve listened to members feedback and the new IAAF Annual Awards and Dinner will offer guests a truly memorable experience. The ICC welcomes over 300,000 delegates each year and the purpose-built venue in the heart of the UK’s vibrant second city of Birmingham will take the IAAF event to a completely new level.”

To book your place at the conference and the dinner, call the IAAF on 0121 748 4600.

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