I-CAR, the Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair, will join the 2010 SEMA Show as an exhibitor from November 2–5, 2010, at the Las Vegas Convention Center. The decision marks the first time the nonprofit training organization has appeared as an exhibitor at the Show, which has grown the paint, body and equipment area during the past two Shows.
In addition to participating as an exhibitor at the Show, I-CAR will also provide several hands-on technical demonstrations on the Show floor designed to provide attendees with information about some of the most current issues in vehicle technology and important considerations for collision repair.
Since 1979, I-CAR has developed and delivered technical training programs to professionals in all areas of the collision industry and is well-known not only for its classroom and online training, but also for its Welding Qualification Test.
“I-CAR is pleased to be part of the 2010 SEMA Show and reach out to this audience with information about collision repair," said John Edelen, I-CAR president and CEO. "With the rapid rate of change in vehicle technology and design, the need to stay current on repair processes is more important than ever. For us, the SEMA audience represents individuals who are keenly aware of emerging technology in the automotive industry, and I-CAR is committed to providing the most current collision repair training opportunities that will meet their needs.”