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Hunter to Open Three More Training Facilities

Hunter's training facilities provide students with small class sizes and hands-on experience.
<p>Hunter's training facilities provide students with small class sizes and hands-on experience.</p>

Hunter Engineering Co. reports three new regional Hunter training facilities will soon be open to students in Harlingen, Texas; Canastota, N.Y.; and Milford, Neb. Hunter now operates 43 training centers across the United States.

Each of Hunter’s regional training facilities offers a variety of wheel service classes including wheel alignment, wheel balancing and custom wheel and tire changing. Special courses may be created upon request and field seminars are available, Hunter says.

A full-time ASE-certified instructor conducts each Hunter training course. Fully equipped training service bays offer hands-on practice using the latest Hunter technology. Hunter training facilities provide students with small class sizes and hands-on experience, including valuable one-on-one time with the instructor, Hunter notes. Classroom time is minimized to focus on skill application and emphasis is focused on learning equipment operation.

For additional information, visit www.hunter.com.

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