Monday, April 13, 2015

SAE Manitoba Technical Presentation - Price Industries - April 23, 2015

SAE Manitoba invites you to a technical presentation:

Price Industries’ Research Center North

Where:                       Price Industries Main Building, Training Room 1, 638 Raleigh Street

When:                        Starting at 6:00 PM on Thursday, April 23, 2015
                                  6:00 PM – Registration and Light Supper
                                  6:30 PM – Introduction of Speaker and Presentation
                                  7:00 PM – Thanks and Presentation to Speaker
                                  7:15 PM – Price Research Center North Lab Tour
                                  8:15 PM – Meeting is adjourned

Cost:                          SAE Members - $7.00, Students - $5.00, Guests - $10.00 (includes light supper)

APEGM CPD:           APEGM members credit 2 Professional Development Hours for “Informal Activity”

Our Speaker

Ms. Kelli Goldstone is the Team Leader for the GRD and Critical Environments Applications Engineering groups. Her teams work with worldwide customers assisting in proper product selection, troubleshooting and training seminars. Many of these products are tested in the Price Research Center North to validate design and determine performance.

The Presentation

In this presentation, Ms. Goldstone will provide a brief company outline and a preview of the Price Research Center North, which is integral to Price’s success.


Parking is available in the main Price parking lot located along Raleigh Street. Visitor parking signs are visible, but all spots can be used as the office will be closed.  The room is located on the lower floor, just left of the front entrance.  A sign-in station will be available just outside the Training Room door.


Please email Irene Wasilewski at the address below to register for this event:

Irene Wasilewski - 

Advance registration is requested before April 21.

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