BRP officials announced that the OEM intends to set up a global training facility at its Sturtevant, Wis. location for “technicians to learn about BRP’s marine, snow and all-terrain vehicles,” according to an article in The Journal Times.
The construction plan includes both building a training facility and launching a energy-recapture The total cost of the two-part project would be approximately $700,000 or more in capital investment, and BRP wants $125,000 in assistance from the Sturtevant Community Development Authority and Village Board.
BRP’s legal director Michael Schroeder said that the training center will bring in more than 500 dealers and technicians attending weeklong training sessions at BRP annually. “People will come from all over the world,” he added.
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