ETI Opens Online Registration for ToolTech 2006 - Tire Review Magazine

ETI Opens Online Registration for ToolTech 2006

(Akron/Tire Review) Registration has opened online for ToolTech 2006, according to sponsoring Equipment and Tool Institute (ETI).

The Apr. 18-20 sales and marketing event will be held at the Scottsdale Plaza in Scottsdale, Ariz. And ETI has opened the program up to non-members.

ToolTech 2006 is designed to bring those that make, sell, rep or buy automotive tools and equipment together, said ETI, and is an opportunity for companies to come and promote themselves, their capabilities and their products.

In a move to create an even more successful event this year, ETI has changed its attendance policy for 2006. "During the 2005 event most of the activities were limited to only members of ETI. This year the entire event is open to the whole industry. Non-ETI members are invited to come and participate" said Brian Irish, marketing manager for ETI. "We see this as a win-win situation for ETI and the industry."

More details on ToolTech 2006, including a schedule of events, online attendee registration, online booth registration and more are available at by clicking the ToolTech 2006 link.

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