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IARA Announces Agenda for 2004 Remarketing Roundtable in Chicago

April 19, 2004

The International Automotive Remarketers Alliance (IARA) announced that the next IARA Roundtable event, designed to address the needs and priorities of vehicle remarketers, will be held July 21-23 at the Fairmont Hotel in downtown Chicago. Working together, participants will define and prioritize key developmental requirements that will be presented to appropriate industry groups. Roundtable sessions will feature a discussion of and possible IARA endorsement of vehicle grading scales, a Chicago-area auto dealers panel, an announcement and initiation of new IARA online remarketing orientation modules, and a presentation by a Northwood University representative on the registration process for online modules. A group evening event is planned for July 22.Attendance for the IARA Roundtable Series is recommended to auction managers, banks, fleet lease managers, leasing companies, manufacturing organizations, remarketing service providers, remarketing technology providers, rental-car companies, vehicle inspection companies, vehicle value organizations, and used-car sales managers.Conference rates are $195 for members and $345 for nonmembers. Hotel rates are $189 per night. For more information or to register, call IARA at (973) 398-2774 or visit www.iaraonline.org.
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