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Thursday, 21 March 2019 21:52

AASP-MO Gateway Collision Chapter Meeting Focuses on I-CAR Updates

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Robbie Saladino, I-CAR business development manager for the south central region, delivered a presentation on I-CAR’s new and exciting changes. Robbie Saladino, I-CAR business development manager for the south central region, delivered a presentation on I-CAR’s new and exciting changes.

On March 13, AASP-MO’s Gateway Collision chapter held a meeting at the Post Sports Bar & Grill in Creve Coeur, MO.

 

The event was sponsored by Enterprise Rent-A-Car and attracted more than 20 attendees.

 

According to AASP-MO Executive Director Ron Reiling, “We always want more attendees to benefit from our programs. The attendees said it was a very worthwhile evening.”

 

The meeting began with a meet-and-greet during dinner, giving attendees the opportunity to network with their peers. Tricia Belz of Enterprise Rent-A-Car then provided an update on Enterprise and its ARMS program. Robbie Saladino, I-CAR's business development manager for the south central region, updated attendees on what’s new and exciting at I-CAR and discussed what to expect from its updated website, which will roll out April 1. He also taught attendees how to navigate the site.

 

Reiling believes it’s important for industry professionals to come together to get updated information on what’s impacting their businesses.

 

He shared, “Getting the word out and providing the information shops need to know to be the most professional and the best they can be. Unity is a key component to change. No one person knows as much or can accomplish as much as all of us working together.”

 

For more information on AASP-MO, visit aasp-mo.org.

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