ARA Convention Features Seminars, Focus Groups, Round-table Discussions

Fairfax, VA - The automotive recycling industry's biggest event, the Automotive Recyclers Association (ARA) 58th Annual Convention and Exposition, will be held this year in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, October 10-13, 2001.

Approximately 1,500 ARA members and other professionals in the automotive recycling industry will be on hand for the event featuring a wide range of non-stop educational seminars, industry roundtables, focus groups, and a variety of entertainment and nonbusiness activities for attendees and their families.

ARA has designed educational seminars for ARA's convention that will cover many of the most important trends and challenges facing automotive recycling professionals, including consolidation, hazardous materials shipping, new technologies, and e-commerce. ARA's annual convention is widely recognized as the best place to network, acquire skills, and access the information and products needed to maintain a competitive edge. With so many professional auto recyclers participating, this year's theme, "Destination Success" is sure to become a reality for their businesses.

Last year's exposition, held in St. Louis, Missouri, was the biggest ARA exposition ever, overselling for the first time. Over 95 companies packed the exhibit hall. The large number of attendees and exhibitors from as far away as England shows the tremendous international scope and drawing power of this event. The ARA 59th Annual Convention and Exposition will be held October November 6-9, 2002 in Salt Lake City, Utah.

For more about the Association, or to register to attend the ARA Convention and Exposition, visit the ARA Website www.autorecyc.org or call 703-385-1001.


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