Detroit, Michigan — July 21, 2014 — Only a few days remain for you to register online for the July 30 2014 I-CAR Conference in Detroit. You can reserve your place among top-level industry leaders and hundreds of your colleagues involved in collision repair to explore the latest technological developments for meeting the challenging requirements of 2025.
The Conference at Cobo Center in downtown Detroit is moderated by automotive enthusiast and host of Autoline Daily and Autoline This Week John McElroy, and it features a high-powered lineup of auto industry experts from:
- Ford Motor Company
- General Motors Corporation
- Oak Ridge National Laboratory
- Steel Market Development Institute
- Robert Bosch LLC
- The University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute
- SCG Management
Our future-focused conversation began at last yearâ€™s conference, which is recapped in an online video, and it accelerates at this monthâ€™s event with details on the most innovative aspects of meeting the CAFE challenge; lightweighting with new and improved conventional materials; managing the changing DNA of the vehicle; and understanding advanced electronics, communications and safety systems.
When you register, youâ€™ll also receive a free two-day pass to the Automotive Service Associationâ€™s NACE|CARS Expo for July 31 and August 1 at Cobo.
A Motown Music Celebration
The full-day conference ends in celebration of I-CARâ€™s 35th Anniversary with an evening reception from 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM at the Wintergarden inside Renaissance Center, just a short walk or I-CAR bus ride from Cobo, and only an escalator ride from the Conference hotel at the Detroit Marriott.
During the reception, all Conference attendees are invited to enjoy delicious cuisine, beverages and anniversary cake, as well as live music from The Motown Experience, an all-star lineup of world-class vocalists drawn from the ranks of the legendary groups that made many of Motownâ€™s timeless hit classics.