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NERVDA, Lippert partner on dealer training

NERVDA, Lippert partner on dealer training

BOXBOROUGH, Mass. –Lippert Components and the New England RV Dealers Association are partnering to bring technician training to Boxborough, Mass., April 29 and 30.

Seating is limited, so dealers are encouraged to register early to guarantee their spot, said Bob Zagami, executive director of NERVDA. The registration deadline is April 23.

For two consecutive days, there will be two instructors conducting sessions in two different classrooms. Each class is limited to 32 attendees.

The cost for the training is $99 per technician for NERVDA members, or $75 each when three or more technicians are registered from the same dealership. None NERVDA members pay $199 per technician or $175 each for three or more participants. Attendees must bring their payment the day of the training session, and checks should be made out to NERVDA.

Coffee, refreshments and registration take place from 8 to 8:30 a.m., and training sessions run from 8:30 a.m.to 5 p.m. Lunch is provided by NERVDA.

Participants can earn certification points by completing the authorized training.

The event takes place at the Holiday Inn Boxborough, which is located at 242 Adams Place, Boxborough, MA 01719.

To register, complete the registration form by clicking here and emailing it to lcitraining@lci1.com or fax it to 574.534.7161.

SOURCE: New England RV Dealers Association press release

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