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Regional Association Event Announcements: March 2019

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ASA Northwest To Host March Chapter Meetings


• On March 7, the Pierce County chapter of ASA Northwest will host a meeting at the LaQuinta in Tacoma, WA.

• The Whatcom/Skagit chapter will meet on March 12 at Park Bowl Restaurant in Bellingham, WA.

• The North Sno-King meeting will be held on March 14 at Alfy’s Pizza in Everett, WA

• The South Sno-King chapter will meet on March 21 at Renton Technical College in Renton, WA.


The SW Washington chapter meeting will be held on March 25 at South Puget Sound Community College in Olympia, WA.


For more information on ASA Northwest, visit asanorthwest.com.


ASA-AZ To Host March Meetings


ASA-AZ will host a Tucson Automotive Roundtable on March 5 at El Corral Restaurant in Tucson, AZ. The board of directors will meet on March 14 via GoTo Meeting.


For more information on ASA-AZ, visit asaaz.org.


AAAS To Host March Events

The Automotive Aftermarket Association Southeast (AAAS) will host its annual Florida Capitol Days from March 26--27 in Tallahassee, FL. Additionally, the association’s Educational Foundation is accepting scholarship applications through March 31.


For more information on AAAS, visit aaas.us.


DRIVE Expo Scheduled for March 22--24


From March 22—24, DRIVE (aka Management Success) will host its semi-annual shop owner’s expo at the Savannah Riverfront Marriott in Savannah, GA. Offering innovative training and management solutions with state-of-the-art technology, the DRIVE Expo promises a unique learning experience for shop owners.


DRIVE CEO Bill Kilpatrick noted, “We seek to improve not only every independent repair business, but the community and the industry as a whole.


“The DRIVE Expo provides opportunities to network with like-minded shop owners and industry influencers. Workshops provide a valuable and unique leadership experience and an opportunity to work with other shops. By implementing cutting-edge software and technical resources, DRIVE embraces the necessity of strong automation.”

Friday will kick off a weekend of training with a highly anticipated general session, followed by breakout training specific to each segment---general repair, collision and heavy-duty truck. The EXPO hall will be open on Friday from noon--6 p.m., and the evening will conclude with an awards banquet.

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