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Thursday, 17 January 2019 19:46

ASA Partners With Chevron to Provide Savings on Motor Oils, Lubricants for Shops

 

Chevron has joined the Automotive Service Association as the association’s latest Sponsored Benefit Provider. Sponsored Benefit Provider companies of ASA provide special member services and products to member-shops to help offset their everyday business costs.

 

Chevron national’s program paves the way for ASA members to receive average savings of 35 percent on Havoline Motor Oil and lubricants for their shops.

 

“With Chevron Havoline Motor oils, you get a trusted national brand available nationwide with competitive pricing and tools that will help you improve your business,” said Ross Shircliffe, business development specialist for Chevron.

 

Through this partnership with Chevron, ASA members will also receive:

 

• A $250 signage allowance
• Improved inventory management
• Consumer promotions to help shops retain and attract customers
• Product warranty on every gallon
• Free PitPack Rack ($600 value)
• National promotions
• Customer service
• Product training and inventory management advisement

 

ASA Executive Director Ray Fisher is excited about the Chevron opportunity for ASA members.

 

“Delivering world-class service and benefits to our membership is Job 1 at ASA,” Fisher said. “We are pleased to add Chevron to our list of outstanding Member Benefit Providers. In 2019, we will continue to make sure that our benefits portfolio is beneficial to the success of our members.”

 

ASA Vice President Tony Molla added, “The most popular benefits ASA offers its members involve products and services they use every day. Oil is certainly one of them, and the savings offered by the Chevron program add even more return on investment for a shop’s ASA membership.”

 

To take advantage of this special offer, shops must be members of ASA. To join, go to ASAshop.org or call (817) 514-2901.

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