If you’re an auto repair shop with an outstanding customer waiting area, we have the perfect contest for you.
The contest will be the first in a series of ASA competitions aimed at bringing positive attention to service and repair shops in the United States.
“We are always excited when we can honor those in the auto repair industry who are doing great things,” ASA Executive Director Ray Fisher said. “This contest and other upcoming contests will give us the opportunity to do just that.”
Entries will be accepted through Friday, May 31. To enter, go here: http://bit.ly/ASABWAentryform.
Winners will be announced the week of June 10.
After this contest is completed, ASA – in conjunction with the new AutoInc.org – has plans for additional contests, including selecting the “Best Internet Wi-Fi Corner” and the “Best Service Counter.” And AutoInc.’s Annual Top 10 Websites Contest will kick off June 1.
“We are bringing back our popular photo contest to include the entire industry and not just ASA member-shops,” said Leona Dalavai Scott, marketing and communications director for ASA. “We want to shine a positive light on the industry and extend ASA’s outreach to nonmember shops through this contest.”
One of the new multimedia features of the AutoInc.org website is slideshow galleries. The contest will allow ASA to showcase all entries through its slideshow gallery that visitors to the site love. ASA hopes that by featuring shops’ waiting areas on its publication website, it will inspire and encourage other facilities across the country.
ASA advances professionalism and excellence in the automotive repair industry through education, representation and member services. To take advantage of the many benefits of membership in ASA, please visit ASAshop.org or call (817) 514-2901. Access our new mobile app by downloading on iPhone and Android devices.
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