The Automotive Service Association (ASA) board of directors has approved an affiliation agreement naming ASA of PA as its 13th affiliate.
“The ASA members in Pennsylvania are a dynamic group of professionals and we couldn’t be more pleased to develop a strong affiliate group in that area. Whether we’re joining forces representing repairers or providing communications and money-saving benefits, working together at the local level allows us to expand the value of membership for each individual,” said Darrell Amberson, AAM, ASA chairman.
Tom Gebbie, co-owner of Gebbie’s AutoCare in Lansdale, Pa., said he is pleased about the future of ASA of PA and the direction it’s headed. “We’re excited about the positive affect our affiliation will have for the membership in Pennsylvania. ASA of PA currently hosts training and management meetings in the southeast portion of the state, and we’re working on expanding these training and management opportunities to reach the entire state,” said Gebbie. “I invite our fellow ASA members in Pennsylvania to join us in creating local chapters and meetings to help grow our association.”
Dan Risley, ASA executive director, said, “The strength of ASA is rooted in our affiliates, and we welcome the strong and active leadership comprising the ASA of PA. ASA and its board of directors are committed to transparency and working together to deliver value that is mutually beneficial to ASA national and affiliate members. A new era has begun at ASA and the positive momentum continues to grow.”
To learn more about ASA’s dedication to service and repair professionals, the value of ASA membership and how to join, visit www.ASAshop.org or call (800) 272-7467, ext. 361. To learn more about upcoming activities in Pennsylvania, call (855) 221-0122, send an email to email@example.com, or visit www.ASASHOP-PA.org.
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