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Tuesday, 05 March 2019 23:23

Rev Up Your Game at AASP-MN’s 2019 Annual Meeting & Leadership Conference

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AASP-MN’s 2019 Annual Meeting & Leadership Conference, “Rev Up Your Game,” will take place Thursday, April 11 at Delta Hotels by Marriot Minneapolis Northeast in Minneapolis, MN.


According to AASP-MN collision division director Matthew Feehan, “The purpose of the 2019 Leadership Conference is to help you sharpen your mind and come up with some new ideas to address an issue that has been holding you or your company back. It’s a way for you to spend quality time with like-minded people.”


The meeting will begin at 8 a.m. with an opening general session, followed by “Age of Engage: Create Engagement,” presented by Roger Haskett of Engagement Unlimited.


From 9:45--11:30 a.m., three 30-minute roundtable discussion sessions will be held on key industry topics, including social meeting, regulatory compliance and OEM information, among others.


Feehan shared, “The roundtable discussions are a fantastic way to collaborate with talented industry professionals and get real answers. There is just something special about a group of people sitting down and ‘talking shop.’ None of us are as smart as all of us.”


Mike Jones of Discover Leadership Training will present the luncheon keynote, “Play Like a Rookie.” At 2 p.m., Auto Craftsmen’s Amy Mattinat will teach attendees to “Increase Your Sales and Profitability by Winning with the Decision-Makers: Women.”


Two additional sessions will be offered during the same two-hour time slot: “How to Lure and Retain Top-Performing Employees” with Brian Sump of Avalon Motorsports and Urban Autocare, and “The Collision Repair Industry: Revving Up for What’s Next” with Mike Anderson of Collision Advice. The day will conclude with a vendor showcase and social hour, including grand prize drawings, at 6 p.m.


Feehan noted, “This year, the line-up is off the charts with talented presenters, not to mention the fantastic vendors. If you would like to go farther and faster with less effort in 2019, you owe it to yourself to be there.”


Full-day registration is available for $225 for members and $250 for non-members. The half-day registration option is available for $125 for members and $150 for non-members. Early bird pricing discounts are available for those who register before March 25.


For more information or to register, visit

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