Virtual Diesel Expo Announces Special Guest, Mike Rowe

April 2022 News

Alliant Power and Diesel Laptops, two powerhouses in the diesel industry, have partnered up to host the annual Virtual Diesel Expo on May 17-19, 2022. As with previous years, The Virtual Diesel Expo will feature live trainings, panel discussions, and industry insight. This year’s opening discussion will feature the country’s leading advocate for skilled labor, Mike Rowe. It is free for attendees to register and attend the event virtually from their choice of location.
“Alliant Power is continuing to strive to promote educational access to relevant content and training at a global level as it relates to current and future powertrain trends for the independent marketplace.” says Alliant Power President and CEO, Houman Kashanipour “HK”. “We feel this partnership with Diesel Laptops will provide access to training, education, scholarships, and networking. Our industry is expanding and with continued awareness and education into existing and emerging fields, we will enable another generation to continue the foundation that has been set before. The future of powertrain technology is exciting and innovative, and we look forward to cultivating what comes next without forgetting the needs of today.”
During the three-day event, attendees can access on demand content, visit with exhibitors, and attend breakout sessions. The Virtual Diesel Expo will deliver educational segments that promote the diesel trade, provide practical knowledge, and help to grow repair businesses. Technicians, shop owners, owner operators, and fleet managers can benefit from the knowledge gained by attending one or all the available presentations.
They are excited to have Mike Rowe join them for a moderated conversation. Following the initial conversation, they will be hosting a brief audience Q&A session where you will have the opportunity to ask Mike a question.
“We are proud to have Mike join us” said Diesel Laptops CEO and Founder, Tyler Robertson, “we have always been committed to improving the diesel industry and can’t think of a better person to educate our audience. Promoting interest and advancement within skilled trades is important to fostering a healthy workforce and we look forward to Mike sharing his experiences advocating for the trades.”
The Virtual Diesel Expo is free for attendees and will feature the industry’s best and brightest. This year’s event also includes $50,000 in giveaways including Diesel Laptop’s and Alliant Power’s best-selling products. Registration is mandatory and space is limited. Current and future technicians, shop owners, and those interested in the diesel industry are encouraged to register now at

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