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Regional Association Event Announcements: October 2018

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 ASA-AZ To Host Monthly Tucson Roundtable

 

On Oct. 2, ASA-AZ’s Tucson Chapter will host its monthly roundtable discussion at El Corral Restaurant in Tucson, AZ, from 6--8 p.m. This monthly event serves as a platform for shop owners and decision makers to share challenges and identify solutions.

 

For more information, visit asaaz.org.

 

ASA-IL’s Leadership Summit To Feature Aaron Stokes of Shop Fix Academy

 

On Oct. 12, ASA-IL will hold a Leadership Summit at the Chicago Room at Westwood Tavern in Schaumburg, IL, featuring Aaron Stokes, founder of Shop Fix Academy. Stokes will present “How to Grow: Taking Your Shop to the Next Level!” He will discuss the step-by-step process to success, share ideas on making life easier, discuss how and when to hire good techs and much more. The rate for the educational seminar is $195 for association members and $295 for non-members.

 

For more information, visit asaillinois.org.

 

ASA-Northwest’s Whatcom, Spokane Chapters to Participate in Lights-On Public Service Events

 

On Oct. 6, the Whatcom and Spokane Chapters of ASA-Northwest will participate in a public service event called “Lights On.” The program is sponsored by the association in support of National Car Care Month. Participants donate their time to perform free replacements of exterior bulbs.

 

The Whatcom Chapter’s event will take place at Bellingham High School, where association members will be assisted by BTC automotive students. Bulbs are donated by Bellingham NAPA Auto Parts.

 

The Spokane event will take place at Spokane Community College, and students from the college will assist with the inspections and bulb replacements. Sponsors include Motion Auto Supply, Interstate Battery of Spokane, Radio Spokane, Wix Filters and Spokane Community College.

 

For more information, visit asanorthwest.com.

 

GCIA To Hold 22nd Annual Golf Tournament

 

The Georgia Collision Industry Association (GCIA) will hold its 22nd Annual Invitational Golf Tournament on Oct. 4 at Bear’s Best in Suwanee, GA. Registration begins at 9 a.m. with a tee off start one hour later. The game is a four-man best ball scramble, and registration costs $100 per player. Proceeds will benefit collision industry training in Georgia.

 

For more information, visit gcia.org.


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