Autoshop Solutions CEO, Danny Sanchez, has been selected to lead three classes at the MACS (Mobile Air Conditioning Society) 2015 Training Event & Trade Show in Orlando from Feb. 5-7. This is the first time Autoshop Solutions will be exhibiting and speaking at this event. Autoshop Solutions is the leading Internet marketing agency for the automotive aftermarket industry, and MACS is the leading nonprofit trade association for total vehicle climate and thermal management for the mobile air conditioning and heat transfer industry.
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Sanchez is a national speaker and automotive veteran with many years of experience training, consulting and handling auto shop’s Internet marketing strategies. He has been an Automotive Management Institute (AMI) instructor for over 15 years. An integral part of Autoshop Solutions’ company values is giving back to the automotive industry. One way Sanchez accomplishes this goal personally is by educating shop owners on the best internet marketing practices to apply to their businesses and get proven results.
Those in attendance at the MACS 2015 Training Event & Trade Show will have the opportunity to learn from Sanchez’s latest classes, “Master Your Future, Master the Internet,” “Branding Brings in the Bucks,” and “Clicks, Cars, and Cash!” These classes will cover many vital topics, including: effective branding, web design, search engine optimization (SEO), and Internet marketing tools needed to grow business, acquire new customers, and boost sales. In addition to speaking, Sanchez and the Autoshop Solutions team will be exhibiting at MACS 2015 Training Event & Trade Show at booth #618.
“I am very excited to attend the MACS 2015 Training Event for the first time,” says Sanchez. “The MACS team has been a pleasure to work with, and this is a great opportunity to train shop owners on the Internet marketing skills they need to have a strong online presence and get more cars to their shops. I hope to continue offering automotive education at future MACS events.”
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