The Automotive Service Association (ASA) and Autoshop Solutions Inc. have jointly launched a major redesign of the ASA website, www.asashop.org. Originally launched in 1995, the newest rendition of the site includes a reorganized format to improve functionality and the user experience, with a focus on finding information quickly to benefit ASA members, industry professionals and consumers alike.
“Visitors will likely first notice the clean, easy-to-navigate layout of the content. In this first phase of the launch, the core information for members and prospective members is readily accessible, and contacting ASA has never been easier through the site,” said Angie Wilson, vice president of marketing and communications. “We want to thank the Autoshop Solutions team for undertaking this important project, and we look forward to working with them as we develop the site further.”
Danny Sanchez, CEO of Autoshop Solutions, said, “I am very excited to be launching the new ASA website build with the cooperation of my team and the team at ASA. Our marketing experience and automotive background was put to the test in developing a website to accomplish the goals ASA had set for us. The website is an illustration of our support and commitment to the industry we love and that we are so proud to be a part of.”
In addition to its new look, the homepage of the site contains a new “Find an ASA Shop” locator, and continues to display the latest ASA news and upcoming events. The shop locator is easily accessible throughout the site as well.
Additional new features for ASA members are being planned for the site. Those additions and enhancements will be rolled out in the coming months. ASA’s legislative site, www.TakingTheHill.com, is also being redesigned by Autoshop Solutions and is expected to launch soon.
To learn more about ASA’s dedication to service and repair professionals, the value of ASA membership and how to join, visit http://www.ASAshop.org or call (800) 272-7467, ext. 361.
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