WIN Engaging Women at NACE with Education, Booth Presence and More - BodyShop Business

WIN Engaging Women at NACE with Education, Booth Presence and More

Continuing the Women’s Industry Network (WIN) mission of engaging women in the collision repair industry, WIN says it’s in high gear to reach out to women at the International Autobody Congress and Exposition (NACE) during Automotive Service and Repair Week (ASRW) in Orlando, Oct. 5-8.

WIN’s presence will be marked on the ASRW trade show floor with an informational booth (#N2161) where attendees can discover more about the WIN organization, meet current members and board members, and learn how to become an active member of WIN.  

In addition, the annual WIN reception, being held on Wednesday, Oct. 5 at the Peabody Hotel, will honor WIN sponsors and offer members and guests an opportunity to connect with the group. For more information about the reception, contact Jennifer Justice-Haley at [email protected].

WIN says its commitment to learning and development is once again evident in the sponsorship and member contributions to the Women’s Professional Development Track of classes offered at NACE during Automotive Service and Repair Week (ASRW). These offerings are open to all attendees (women and men) and cover topics including leadership, professional development, marketing and personnel management within the collision repair industry.

On Saturday, Oct. 8, over 100 Girls Scouts will gather at the Orange County Convention Center to learn about the industry, meet role models and enjoy a unique experience at NACE. WIN says it’s an honor to be affiliated with this event and sponsor such a refreshing effort to make youth aware of career opportunities within and gain some general knowledge about the collision repair industry.

WIN will also hold its regularly scheduled board meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 5 at NACE to discuss upcoming WIN items including details on the 2012 WIN Conference set for May 6-8, 2012 in Atlanta, Ga.  


More information:

Women’s Professional Development Track at NACE

WIN
 

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