On August 23, ASE’s Western States Consultant, Walt Commans, taught a free workshop on ASE test taking for members of ASA Northwest’s Vancouver/Portland Chapter for the second consecutive year.
At the June leadership meeting, the CAWA Board of Directors elected Tom Seboldt of O’Reilly Auto Parts to the Board of Directors as its 2018 Secretary.
ASA Northwest members convened at the Clearwater Resort in Suquamish, WA from June 22--25 for the association's 2017 Summer Retreat.
In previous months, we published several articles concerning AB 1679 and its impact on the collision repair industry.
UTI Long Beach students also attended the CAA meeting as part of the second annual UTI Tech Showcase. CAA members were able to talk with students about their recent projects and latest equipment certifications.
On Thursday, June 22, members from several California Autobody Associations in Southern California gathered with students at Universal Technical Institute-Long Beach for the chapters' monthly meeting.
At their February 2, 2017 meeting, the CAWA Manufacturers’ Advisory Council (MAC) elected Jeannette Lorenzo of NAME, Inc to Chair and Bob Leone of ADVICS as its vice-chair for the year.
For the past year, the Idaho Autobody Craftsmen's Association (IACA) has focused most of its energy on developing and cultivating relationships with the ID Department of Insurance (DOI) and local legislators.
CAWA Chair of the Board, Greg Livingston of All Trade Tools, has appointed Anthony Wallerich of ZF Services to the Association’s Manufacturers’ Advisory Council (MAC).
On October 28-29, Jeremy O’Neal from Advisorfix presented a seminar on “Transformational Service Advisors” to ASA Northwest members in Spokane, WA.
Before any regulation goes into effect, it has to be carefully reviewed, re-written in many places, edited and tweaked before it becomes more than just text written on pieces of paper.
CAA Glendale/Foothill Chapter President, Hillel Shamam
The California Autobody Association Glendale/Foothill Chapter met on September 21 at 6pm at Los Angeles Trade Technical College (LATTC).
Industry Consultant Ralph Defibaugh recently spoke at a meeting of the East Bay chapter of the California Autobody Association to reveal the facts behind paint material shortfalls.
Industry Consultant Ralph Defibaugh shared his knowledge gathered over 40 years in the collision repair industry recently at a meeting of the East Bay chapter of the California Autobody Association (CAA) held at the PPG Training Center in Concord, CA.
For the 43rd year, ASA Northwest will be conducting their "Lights-On" program in support of National Car Care Month, an annual event that promotes vehicle maintenance.