Tuesday, 28 September 2021 10:41

ASA Northwest Joins Forces with Midwest Auto Care Alliance


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The Automotive Service Association of the Northwest (ASA Northwest) will become the Northwest Auto Care Alliance (NWACA), it was announced Sept. 28.

In response to all affiliates having their affiliation agreements revoked by the Automotive Service Association, ASA Northwest---the largest ASA affiliate---has joined forces with Midwest Auto Care Alliance to continue to serve their members in the Washington, Oregon and Idaho territories.


ASA Northwest members deserve to have an association located in this region whose activities are directed and managed by their local board and staff. NWACA will continue to serve the independent mechanical/transmission and collision industry as it has for more than 50 years. 


“It is with much excitement that I announce a new path for our association," said Bryan Kelley, chairman of the board, ASA Northwest. "I look forward to the opportunity to serve our members and create value at a much higher level than previously imagined. Our announcement today is that we will be transitioning from ASA Northwest to NWACA. Great things are on the horizon for our members.”


The ASA-Midwest affiliate, ASA’s second-largest affiliate at the time, left the Automotive Service Association to form an independent organization, the Midwest Auto Care Alliance, in September 2018.


Since departing, MWACA has grown in membership numbers and services provided to its members and the industry. The newly-formed NWACA organization plans to follow suit with the same proven success path.


“As we all know, the last 18 months have been a challenge, to say the least for all of us," said Jeff Lovell, president/executive director of ASA Northwest. "ASA Northwest has been on the cutting-edge journey, exploring new avenues to offer our members proven paths for success in...

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