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New AETC Website Debuts

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Each year AETC
brings together engine builders, racers, engineers and media members
from around the world to exchange information on the day’s most popular
engine-building topics. In an effort to make information about the
conference even more accessible, AETC
has recently launched an updated, easy-to-navigate website.

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The
redesigned site features an overview of the conference and a news
section, as well as a continually updated list of speakers and schedule.
It also includes a testimonial section where users can read about the experiences of past attendees, and a lodging tab that features hotel recommendations as the conference shifts to its new home in downtown Indianapolis. Users can also register online. The updated website can be found at www.aetconline.com.

The 24th annual Advanced Engineering Technology Conference is slated for
December 9th – December 11th and will be held just prior to the PRI
Trade Show at the Indiana Convention Center. The list of speakers is
already taking shape.

Among those confirmed to host seminars are Lee
Carducci from Arrow Racing Engines; Illusions Engine Development’s Cecil
Stevens; Bill McKnight of Mahle; Performance researcher and author
Harold Bettes; Total Seal’s Keith Jones; Dan Jesel from Jesel Valvetrain
Innovation; Vince Roman with Burns Stainless; EFI University owner Ben
Strader; Chris Paulsen of C&R Racing; and Laura Sheehan and John Sams
of Holley Performance Products.

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