Tuesday, 29 September 2020 21:14

Midwest Auto Care Alliance Announces Expansion for Virtual Membership


In response to requests from independent repair facilities from across the country, the Midwest Auto Care Alliance (MWACA), has announced it will begin accepting virtual members beyond its original six-state territory, effective immediately.

These virtual members will have access to the same great training and benefits that current MWACA shop members receive.


Membership benefits include auto parts rebate programs, health insurance, early VISION registration, free ACT Auto Staffing account and a print subscription to the association’s quarterly publication, MWACA Magazine.


In addition to these and other money-saving benefits, virtual members will have access to the MWACA Training Portal, free online training provided through the MWACA Exchange events and other virtual training and roundtables for members only.


MWACA’s leadership voted unanimously for the expansion at a recent MWACA Leadership Summit on Aug. 29. MWACA had initially offered membership within Missouri, Kansas, Iowa, Nebraska, Oklahoma and Arkansas, which was the association’s original territory. 


“This change in membership came as a result of numerous inquiries from shops who didn’t have training and chapter meetings locally. They knew what MWACA had to offer but they were outside our area. The current environment has made virtual training and communication more acceptable to the shops in our industry,” said Tim Davison, MWACA president and owner of Chumbley’s Auto Care in Indianola, IA.

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