Recently, the Wisconsin Auto Collision Technicians Association (WACTAL) met with Wisconsin Insurance Commissioner Mark Afable to discuss some of their members’ concerns about issues impacting collision repair facilities.
The Nebraska Auto Body Association (NABA) is dedicated to providing information that members need in order to become more successful in their collision repair businesses.
AASP-MN’s Governmental and Regulating Affairs and Collision Advisory Committees recently met to lay out a game plan for the 2020 legislative session which begins Feb. 11, 2020.
On Tuesday, June 18, 128 golfers and 23 sponsoring companies enjoyed a beautiful day golfing and socializing at the 25th Annual AASP-MN Golf Outing at Keller Golf Course in Maplewood, MN.
On May 18, the Kansas Auto Body Association (KABA), along with Color Vision and the Kansas City Kansas Community College (KCKCC), hosted VECO Experts’ Mark Olson for an educational seminar at KCKCC.
AASP-MN was recently recognized by the National Steering Committee of Small Business Environmental Assistance Programs (SBEAP) and the Small Business Ombudsmen (SBO) for its leadership in improving environmental performance, pollution prevention, sustainability and mentoring.
A press release distributed by an automotive association falsely eluded that the Missouri vehicle safety inspection program was no longer at risk since House Bill 451 did not pass through the Senate this session.
ASA-OH hosted Scott Simmons of Collision Advice for two Estimating Best Practices seminars.
On May 9, the Northwest Indiana Chapter of the Indiana Auto Body Association (IABA) hosted a meeting featuring guest speaker Kyle Gradeless of Sullivan Equipment who shared information on the need for destructive weld tests and how to do them.
On May 8, the Gateway Collision Chapter of AASP-MO met at Helen Fitzgerald’s in St. Louis for a meeting featuring Stuart Pope of CCC.