AETC to Hold 26th Tech Conference Dec. 8-9 - Engine Builder Magazine

AETC to Hold 26th Tech Conference Dec. 8-9

AETC® is slated to take place just prior to the PRI Trade Show on December 8-9 at the Indiana Convention Center. Registration is currently open, with individual spots available for $399.95. For more information and to register, visit http://www.aetconline.com/register.

Now more than a quarter-century old, the Advanced Engineering Technology Conference™ has become the premier meeting place for the exchange of engineering information and new technology trends. The nation’s top engine builders and performance industry experts will descend on Indianapolis, Indiana, in December for the 2015 edition.

Once again, this year’s AETC® is slated to take place just prior to the PRI Trade Show on December 8-9 at the Indiana Convention Center. The conference brings together a wide variety of engine builders, design engineers, business owners, media members, parts manufacturers and racers. Seminars on front-line engineering topics by some of the brightest minds in the performance industry fill the two-day conference, while a variety of networking opportunities encourage the exchange of information and relationship building. A total of $30,000 in prizes and certificates are presented throughout.

The 26th Annual Advanced Engineering Technology Conference™ is presented by Motor State Distributing and Performance Racing Industry, with more sponsors to be unveiled soon. The 2015 list of speakers is coming together and will include a wide range of notable performance experts. Registration is currently open, with individual spots available for $399.95. For more information and to register, visit http://www.aetconline.com/register.AETC screenshot

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