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    Quote Originally Posted by fdresq4 View Post
    I know Mike is now at McKee 37 and is doing classes with Nick Rutter. May want to look into that.
    I haven’t done a class with the new folks at Autogeek.

    Hope this helps…
    Here's what I heard...

    About 6 years ago Bob McKee sold Autogeek to Vision Investments LLC
    Vision Investments had a 5-year lease on the AG building owned by Bob.
    Part of the sale was that Bob McKee kept McKee's 37 (with his name on it)
    Bob McKee then built a building (about 2 blocks away) for McKee's 37.

    When the lease was up on the Autogeek building (that Bob McKee owned) AG moved to another location in Stuart.
    Nick Rutter went to work at McKee's 37 doing detailing classes.

    Meghan Poirier, Mike Phillips, and Yancy Martinez may have had work contracts with Vision Investments LLC.
    When Vision Investments' five years were up, Mike Phillips and Yancy Martinez left and went to 3D Products.

    Meghan Poirier recently left Vision Investments/AG and went to work at CarCandy Automotive Detail Products.

    I heard the Autogeek-Autopia/Vision Investments has now moved to Texas.

    Bob McKee has started and Nick Rutter and Mike Phillips are working there doing detailing classes.
    Autoforge and McKee's 37 are in the original building that Bob McKee owns (Stuart, Fl) and Autogeek started in.

    I'm not 100% sure about any of these items. Some is what I heard. Some is what I remember and some may be rumors.

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    For the CarPro training events, are they exclusively for professional detailers, or can enthusiasts and weekend warriors interested in transitioning to CarPro products also attend?

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    If you're looking to get formal training on installing CarPro products, there are a few good ways to go about it. You can check out their official website for any training sessions or workshops they offer. Sometimes they partner with local auto detailing shops for hands-on training. Also, YouTube is a great resource ? there are tons of tutorials and guides from both CarPro and other detailing enthusiasts. Joining car detailing forums or Facebook groups can also help you find more personalized advice and training opportunities.
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