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Refit show registration open

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Online registration for the 2018 Refit International Exhibition & Conference on Jan. 10-11 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, is now open.

This year’s show will feature more exhibits and more special events, according to organizers.

Visitors can expect a dynamic conference program, free pre-show workshops on both days, lunchtime events and daily networking, including free beer in the exhibit hall Jan. 10, sponsored by Steyr Motors.

The conference also will include exclusive Bluewater and ABBRA professional certification programs.  Click for certification details.

For more information and to register, visit

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