Groupauto says the upcoming AutoCare show will be one of the largest the group has staged.

The event, taking place at Stonleigh Park in Warwickshire on June 21, is a chance for Groupauto suppliers to showcase their wares to AutoCare member garages. 70 Groupauto suppliers are confirmed to be exhibiting at the event.

Specialist training seminars will also be held during the event, held by training partner eXponentia.

Groupauto says there will be something for everyone at the show, and it will also provide a stage for the group to shout about its latest developments. Managing Director Jim Mazza said: “There will be a lot for AutoCare garage members to look at and many opportunities for them to get to know more about the programmes and initiatives that many suppliers have in place to help members make the best of every vehicle that comes into their workshop and grow their business as a result.”

This year we will also be opening the doors of the show to the newly appointed members of our Approved Garages network, which made its planned public debut in April, in order to help them gain a greater understanding of the overall Groupauto picture. To this end, I’m sure that the substantial AutoCare area will be as busy as ever.

“In this designated area, visitors are able to speak to members of the AutoCare team and see for themselves the many support opportunities that are available through the networks and how the varied initiatives such as the G-Publish promotional facilities, the added value business services, branding, software and training courses can benefit them and their businesses.

“In addition to the show itself, the event as a whole also encompasses a gala diner with live entertainment and the AutoCare awards, and a garage member conference designed to bring members up to speed with current events and set the scene for the next twelve months.”

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