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TPMS Radar – View from the backshop

Event Date: October 29, 2013 at 02:00 PM ET

This will be part one in a two-part webinar series. The second webinar will be held Nov. 19 at 2 p.m. Registrants of TPMS Radar – View from the backshop will learn the following:

The TPMS Radar – View from the backshop
  • The inspection – the most critical element
  • Real situations that will save you money
  • The importance of the relearn process
  • Newest valve stem/sensor designs, the applications they fit and why the changes
  • Tech tips and future indirect systems

The TPMS Radar – View from the frontshop
  • Integrating TPMS into your shop process
  • Managing short VS long-term goals
  • Identifying your responsibility within the TREAD ACT
  • The tire package – how does TPMS fit
  • Consumer conversion and planting a seed before the need

Speaker:

Tyson Boyer, Regional Sales Manager - Dill Air Controls


Tyson Boyer is a Regional Sales Manager for Dill Air Controls. His expertise in retail strategy, process optimization, and consumer selling relationships, provides the automotive aftermarket industry with continued leadership and education in the Tire and TPMS categories.

Boyer joined the Dill Team over a year ago after many years in retail leadership, category management, and marketing driven roles with other national automotive companies.

Boyer is an active co-chair of the Tire and Wheel Committee with the AMRA MAP Association and regularly speaks on best practices and educational improvement for the TPMS category. He holds a master’s degree in business management from Devry’s Keller School of Management.

Moderator:

Alaina Scott , Online Manager - Rubber & Plastics News, Tire Business

Alaina Scott joined Rubber & Plastics News in Akron Feb. 1, 2010, as the Web site coordinator for both publications. In 2012, she was promoted to online manager for the publication and its sister publication Tire Business. Alaina, most recently served as channel manager for Advanstar Communications Inc.'s Drug Topics magazine. She graduated in 2005 from Kent State University with a bachelor's degree in newspaper journalism. She began her career as a county government and education reporter for the Lancaster Eagle-Gazette near Columbus, Ohio. She moved on to work as an editor for The Legal Description, a Richfield, Ohio-based trade magazine for title insurance agents, where she wrote and produced Webcasts, Webinars and stories for the print edition.

Register to enter to win one of the following prizes:
  • 7100 Startup Service Kit Assortment
  • 8100 Master TPMS Toolkit
  • Digital Pressure and Tread Depth Gauges



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