AAG Certification and Symposium to be held in L.A.

The Crevier Classic Cars facility will provide students with ample
opportunities to perform appraisals.

This event will be held at the Crevier Classic Cars facility in Costa Mesa, Calif. Nov. 2-7.

The certification class is for qualified candidates and for returning agents who want to increase their skills and income as an AAG agent. The symposium is open to the public and will cover the following topics: Avoid the Restoration Money Pit, Steer Clear of the Ten Most Common Purchasing Mistakes, Love your Car and it Will Love you Back, How to Qualify as an Expert Witness, and the Science Behind the Art of Appraising.  AAG symposiums are an opportunity to educate and inspire collectors and professionals associated with the collector car hobby.

“We had an attentive group of agents, collectors and professionals earlier this year when AAG hosted a certification class and symposium at the LeMay Museum in Tacoma, Washington” states AAG’s founder, Larry Batton. Other Auto Appraisal Group Certification courses have been held at the Imperial Palace in Las Vegas, McPherson College in Kansas, and the AACA Museum in Hershey, Pa.

“We’ve had the opportunity to partner with outstanding facilities in the past and we are honored to be guests at the Crevier Classic Car facility in Costa Mesa for the week of our certification course and symposium. Their vast display of collector cars will benefit our certification classes and their luxurious facility will enhance the environment for our symposium attendees,” concludes Batton who is also the company’s master appraiser and the symposium’s speaker. With 45 years in the auto industry, Batton has acquired a wealth of knowledge and expertise in the auto appraisal field. John Delaney of Ft. Lauderdale, Florida will direct the certification class and also assist with the symposium. 

Seating for the event is limited. Sign up early. For more information and to register visit www.autoappraisal.com or call 800-848-2886.

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