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FARO Hits the Road for 12 City Tour Along with Custom Chopper and a Host of New 3D Measurement Solutions

FARO Technologies, Inc. has announced the FARO Tour 2012, a series of 12 open houses featuring the company's popular Paul Jr. Designs Motorcycle and all-new Vantage Laser Tracker. The tour begins at IMTS in Chicago, September 10-15, and continues to 11 other venues throughout the U.S. It is the first such tour for FARO and its motorcycle, and will be the best chance for the general public to receive hands-on demonstrations of the company's newest laser tracker, the Vantage.

Featured on the Discovery Channel series, American Chopper, Senior vs. Junior, the FARO bike was designed and built by Paul Jr. Designs to celebrate FARO's 30th Anniversary. Paul Teutul Jr. personally delivered the chopper to FARO's Lake Mary, FL headquarters in early 2011 and since then, it has gained tremendous popularity for its unique style and power.

"FARO is so proud of this bike. It looks great and people love it," said David Morse, Senior Vice President and Managing Director for FARO Americas. "We want to take the chopper out on the road and bring it right to our customers and potential customers so they can appreciate it up close. And, while they're here, we'll show attendees time and money-saving techniques that they can take back to work with them."

Following IMTS, the FARO Tour 2012 will move to venues like Andretti Green in Indianapolis, Pratt & Miller Engineering outside of Detroit and the Museum of Flight in Seattle. It's the perfect chance for attendees to see FARO's bike, the all-new Vantage and other FARO solutions up close, and hear from other professionals who use FARO solutions every day. Sessions are open to the general public, free to attend and include lunch and coffee. Attendees are eligible for prize drawings and specials on FARO warranties and equipment.

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