CDI ELECTRONICS ELECTRONIC IGNITIION SERVICE SCHOOL STARTS IN FEBRUARY

CDI Electronics

The CDI Electronics Electronic Ignition Service School is just around the corner.
 
The school will be held Wednesday through Saturday, for the first three weeks in February 2014. The classes will begin at 8:00 am on Wednesday and end around 3:30 pm on Saturday.
 
The classes are limited to 20 attendees and we expect them to fill up quickly. Once the class has reached 20, you will have the chance to sign up on a waiting list and will be notified if a spot becomes available.
 
We have a dedicated class room for the presentation material and a dedicated engine room ready for hands-on debugging of outboard engines.

To sign up for a class, please click the red button at the bottom of this e-mail and then choose the dates you wish to attend. Classes will be held at CDI Electronics,  353 James Record Road SW, Huntsville, AL 35824. Accommodations are available near by.

To Register click: http://www.cdielectronics.com/electronic-ignition-service-school-registration/

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