Upper Midwest Auto Recyclers Experience " Magic of the Windy City"

Over 350 people attended the recent Upper Midwest Auto Recycler's regional industry function at the Hyatt Regency hotel in Oak Brook, Illinois. The event marked the second consecutive year of combined efforts between the Auto and Truck Recyclers of Illinois (ATRI); Concerned Auto Recyclers of Wisconsin (CARS); and the Auto Recyclers of Minnesota (ARM).  

"We're very excited about the synergy from this event," said Michelle Lechner, Executive Director of ATRI. "By pooling our resources, attendees have access to new contacts, leading edge information and an expanded network of vendor support," she added.


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Members of all three groups were treated to guided tours of downtown Chicago and insightful seminars from three keynote speakers. Presenters included certified speaking professional Mike Henning; bio-terrorism expert Ron Marr and sales & marketing industry consultant Jim Counts.

"The educational programs were especially good this year," commented Jim Martin, of Bauer Radiator in Indianapolis.

The tradeshow attracted visitors from throughout the Midwest, providing exhibitors with hundreds of leads and opportunities for new business.

"Next year's event will be in Minnesota," said Lechner. "We look forward to continuing this joint format down the road. The spirit of cooperation has been terrific and we feel the interests of all three organizations are better served through cooperation."

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