AUTOINFORM TICKETS AVAILABLE FOR OMNI POINTS

LKQ Euro Car Parts has secured 200 tickets to the upcoming Autoinform Live technical training weekend and will be making them available to members of its Auto Education Academy and through its Omni loyalty programme.

Autoinform will take place at GTG in Wolverhampton

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While availability lasts, technicians and workshop owners who become Gold members of the academy will be offered a complimentary pair of weekend tickets. Existing members at all levels will be able to purchase a ticket via the AutoEducation Academy at a 50 percent discount – and all other ECP customers can purchase a ticket for 100 Omni points.

READ: ‘OMNIHUB’ GOES LIVE AT LKQ EURO CAR PARTS

Taking place between the weekend of 6th and 7th November at the GTG Training Academy in Wolverhampton, visitors to Autoinform Live will be able to partake in engaging and comprehensive technical and business training, delivered by experts from original equipment manufacturers and the likes of Andy Savva and Tom Denton. The event is organised by OESAA, the OE manufacturer association. 

Colin Cottrell, Marketing Director at LKQ Euro Car Parts, said: “Autoinform Live is a great place to network and take stock of the latest sector news, so we’re really pleased to support this year’s event”. 

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