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SMP Awards Training to 100 Technicians

Posted on November 23, 2016

Standard Motor Products Inc. (SMP) has awarded one-year subscriptions to its Standard Pro Training On-Demand training platform.

The subscriptions were top prize in the “Work Smarter, Not Harder” promotion. Prizes were awarded across three monthly random drawings. In total, 100 winners received a one-year subscription to the training platform. In addition to the subscription, 15 winners received a Microsoft Surface 3 Tablet so they can train on the go. The first 1,000 entrants received a commemorative “Work Smarter, Not Harder” cap.

Phil Hutchens, vice president engine management marketing, SMP, says, “SMP is proud to provide automotive technicians with professional automotive training, and this giveaway did just that.”

Developed with input from working master technicians, Standard Pro Training On-Demand classes give technicians the flexibility to train anytime, anywhere. Standard Pro Training currently has more than 100 classes and more than 14,000 registered technicians.

Learn more at pts.smpcorp.com.

Related Topics: online training, promotions, Standard Motor Products Inc.

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