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Fullbay to host first ever ‘Diesel Connect’ Conference

Oct. 5, 2022
The conference, scheduled for summer of 2023, will be geared towards improving shops' efficiency and profitability, featuring multiple speakers and educational sessions.

While Fullbay already provides multiple insights to the commercial vehicle industry on topics ranging from heavy-duty repair to shop-owner advice, they are now holding their first-ever Diesel Connect Conference in 2023. The event will be held from June 8-9 in Phoenix, AZ, at Galvanize, which also houses the company’s headquarters.

Early-bird tickets are currently on sale for $350, but ticket prices will rise to $400 after Oct. 31. Full-admission tickets include access to all of the conference’s panels and sessions, one room for four nights in a nearby four-star hotel, breakfast and lunch for both days of the conference, and evening activities. Guest admission includes all of the above except for the hotel room, which can be shared with another attendee, and spouse admission only includes access to the evening events.

The conference itself will be two-track in nature, including educational sessions held in private Galvanize classrooms and a variety of speakers from the commercial repair industry.

“Session content will include tactical ways to improve your business and features both industry experts and shop owners as speakers,” said Patrick McKittrick, CEO of Fullbay. “We’re excited and committed to bringing the heavy-duty repair community together for this all-around great opportunity.”

As well as the educational sessions and networking opportunities, Fullbay will also host a series of stations for Fullbay users. These will cover how to use the platform to its fullest extent and display some new and upcoming features, all in service to help attendees increase their efficiency and profitability in their shops.

There is no specific dress code for the event, as Diesel Connect’s website states “Wear whatever you like—if you’d like to be casual, go casual. If you’d like to go black tie, we won’t stop you.”

Although the entire speaker lineup for the conference has not been announced yet, multiple Fullbay personnel will be speaking, including:

  • Jacob Findlay, Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer Fullbay
  • Patrick McKittrick, Chief Executive Officer, Fullbay
  • Chris O’Brien, Chief Operating Officer, Fullbay
  • Nick Adams, Nick Adams – Managing Director, Dieselmatic
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