Niagara Falls, Ontario — Niagara Falls is set to be the site of an auto industry double-header later this month, as the team at Consolidated Collision Services gears up for its national network meeting, held in conjunction with the ACE Automotive Conference and Expo.
The festivities are set to kick off on Oct. 18 with the CCS President’s Dinner during the evening in Niagara Falls. All guests of the CCS Conference are invited to attend.
Wednesday will come out of the gate hot with presentations from CCS’s Mike Beier and CCS and Woodchester Auto Group president, Sandy Liguori. Later, guests will be treated to the latest insights in OEM repair procedures from OEConnection’s Nicky Woerner, a talk on proper estimating practices from recurring Collision Repair columnist Venessa di Vito and Chris Chinn of CCS.
The CCS agenda will round out the afternoon with a hard-hitting collision repair industry panel, and discussions on the latest in dealership retention and digital marketing trends. There is also some hardware being handed out with awards being presented for Collision Centre of the Year, and the CCS Founders Club to name a few.
CCS sure knows how to close a show on a high note, as attendees will receive a keynote address from world-famous Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield to close out the main event programming, followed by a concert headlined by Tom Cochrane and Red Rider at Margaritaville Niagara Falls, which will serve as the ACE Automotive Conference and Expo kick-off event.
From then on, ACE takes the spotlight as organizers from the Trillium Automobile Dealers Association will facilitate a number of workshops concerning topics like shop production, marketing and consumer expectations, over the course of Oct. 19 and 20. A trade show with 70+ exhibitors will also be held on Wednesday and Thursday.
Those interested in attending or for more information on the CCS Conference should email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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