The Automotive Service Association National announced changes to its regional affiliate ASA Midwest, which is comprised of six states (Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Arkansas and Oklahoma). ASA Midwest affiliate will be restructured; Arkansas and Oklahoma will no longer be part of chapter.
The courses, conveniently held at training centers across the country, are designed to provide collision repair industry professionals at every experience level with critical skills for utilizing systems, maximizing profits and increasing productivity.
Through a grant and scholarship program with the Collision Repair Education Foundation, the Nashville I-CAR Committee is awarding three TCAT Livingston students with a $1,000 tool grant each and four Lincoln Tech students with a scholarship toward their post-secondary collision repair education.
CCC Information Services Inc. is working with Mazda North American Operations to address vehicle safety, creating a new method for the automaker to identify recalled vehicles and help collision repairers notify affected vehicle owners so that necessary, safety-related repairs can be made.
The Collision Repair Education Foundation and CCC Information Services Inc., (CCC) are proud to announce three exceptional students as winners of the CCC Michael Salvatore Memorial Student Repair Technician Scholarship.
The MSO Symposium, an exclusive and preeminent meeting for leadership in the collision repair industry, announces its 2018 Advisory Board following a meeting of industry executives, ASA staff and board members.
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