Friday, Oct. 16th is the final day to take advantage of registration discounts available to SEMA Show attendees, and marks the last day to register and have badges mailed prior to the event. After Oct. 16th, SEMA Show registration will increase by $25 each to the on-site fee of $75 each. After the deadline, Repairer Driven Education (RDE) sessions will also increase by $10 each when purchased individually, and a Full Series Pass to all Society of Collision Repair Specialists’ (SCRS) functions throughout the week will increase from $375, to the on-site fee of $400.
To take advantage of current discounts, visit www.scrs.com/rde to register for either a full series pass or to individually select sessions.
SCRS highly recommends pre-registration to ensure your attendance; however, on-site registration options to all SCRS programs will be available. On-site registration for sessions can be purchased in the main show registration area in the Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino and there will be a dedicated registration table outside of RDE sessions in the upper level of the Las Vegas Convention Center, North Hall outside of rooms N231-N241. The upper level can be accessed via the escalator in the North Hall Lobby, next to the food court.
The 2015 lineup of education sessions on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday will have nearly 30 sessions that have been specifically selected to address topics and solutions to help collision repair businesses prosper in the ever-changing industry. Whether attendees have an interest in marketing, estimating, business management or technical operations within the repair facility, there is content that is designed and compiled to provide the resources necessary to set your business apart.
Thursday’s schedule will feature one of the most lauded additions to the educational offerings at the SEMA Show, the OEM Collision Repair Technology Summit. The Summit is designed to put SEMA Show attendees in a room with innovators in automotive structural design and technology and will focus on emerging trends in vehicle construction and technology, and how both of those aspects influence vehicle repairability and collision industry preparation. The program will include automakers such as Audi of America, FCA, GM, American Honda Motor Company, Mercedes-Benz USA, and Toyota Motor Sales, USA, combined with leading representatives from the steel and aluminum industries and others. Registration is required, and can be selected as a stand-alone event or as part of the RDE Full Series Pass.
To see a full list and schedule of offerings in the Repairer Driven Education series and OEM Collision Repair Technology Summit, visit www.scrs.com/rde.
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