Shop owners and industry suppliers throughout the country have responded in strong support of the recent announcement of “member choice” that was instituted in ASA-Midwest.
On June 8, the St. Louis I-CAR Committee enjoyed a great turnout of students from Ranken Technical College, local shops and industry groups.
On June 27, the Alliance of Automotive Service Providers of Minnesota (AASP-MN) gave away a 2012 Custom Fat Bagger Razorback motorcycle and bike trailer in a special statewide raffle held to raise funds for the Minnesota Careers in Automotive Repair and Service (MNCARS) workforce initiative.
On June 18, the Automotive Recyclers of Michigan (ARM) hosted its 18th Annual Kent Utter Jr. Memorial Scholarship Outing at the Links of Novi Golf Course in Novi, MI, established in memory of the association’s past executive director.
The Kansas Auto Body Association (KABA) was recently founded by a small group of auto body industry professionals dedicated to improving the industry in their state.
In the interest of better serving their members, the ASA-Midwest Board of Directors announced a significant change to the organization.
On May 3--5, the Automotive Recyclers of Michigan (ARM) hosted its 10th Annual ARM Road Show and Business Networking Conference at GoGo Classic Cars & Showroom in Galesburg, MI.
ASA-Midwest took to Facebook Live on May 15 at 10 a.m. CST to announce the resort destination for the 2018 VISION South of the Border Conference.
The Kansas Auto Body Association has “opened its doors” for business. This organization is newly founded and has its beginnings from a small group of people determined to work toward a better industry climate.