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AASP/NJ to host strategic improvements seminar on June 25

Monday, June 11, 2018 - 06:00
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The Alliance of Automotive Service Providers of New Jersey (AASP/NJ) is excited for the first event in a series of brand new training seminars for 2018 which will take place June 25 from 6pm to 10pm at Ultimate Collision Repair, Inc. in Edison. "Open Your Eyes. . . And You WILL Become a Game Changer" will focus on strategic improvements in the collision repair industry and will be presented by AASP/NJ President Jerry McNee (Ultimate Collision Repair, Inc.) and noted industry educator John Niechwiadowicz (QLC, Inc.).
 
Their discussion will focus on strategic improvements, not just for "the company," but for everyone on the team. They will explore and discuss critical components that will result in a better, more efficient, more profitable, more productive and more enjoyable collision repair business environment.
 
As demonstrated in their popular seminars at AASP/NJ's NORTHEAST® Automotive Services Show, John and Jerry are two dynamic presenters sure to give an informative, not-to-be-missed presentation that will leave attendees with valuable tools to help them improve their businesses.
 
The presentation will delve into various critical topics relating to the collision repair industry, including an update on the TOP KPIs which every highly successful team should know; Labor Rate trends; the components of effective communication; forecasting for 2018; the importance of job costing and it will feature motivational incentive panels.
 
"This is a meeting about understanding the cost of doing business," said Charles Bryant, AASP/NJ executive director. "One of the main problems this industry faces is that many shops don't know how much they need to make to be profitable. The industry has reached the bottom line through cost shifting for so long that it has muddied the waters on what shops really need to be profitable. This meeting will clear all that up. Everyone in the industry ought to be there and pay close attention to what will be presented."
 
There is no charge for AASP/NJ members to attend this event; non-members pay $75. Pre-registration is required. Food and drinks will be provided.
 
To register, contact AASP/NJ Executive Director Charles Bryant at 732-922-8909. Visit aaspnj.org for updates on other upcoming AASP/NJ training sessions and events.

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