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Regional Association Event Announcements: November 2019


See below for a list of regional automotive association events coming up in November.


ASA’s November Webinar Wednesday Focuses on the New Smartphone Consumer


On Nov. 20, the Automotive Service Association (ASA) will host its monthly Webinar Wednesday at 1 p.m. EST. The November edition of the series will be “The New Smartphone Consumer,” taught by Jason Soto of MobileSoft Technology. Soto will educate participants on key mobile app features shop owners can use to increase car count and how facilities can benefit from a mobile app, plus he’ll share success stories from shop owners who have launched their own app. For more information or to register, visit asashop.org.


WIN to Host Drop-In Lunch During SEMA


On Wednesday, Nov. 6, the Women’s Industry Network (WIN) invites members, sponsors and designated guests to join the association for a quick networking lunch along with an update about WIN. The lunch will take place from 11 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. in Room N221 of the Las Vegas Convention Center. Those interested in attending must RSVP by visiting WIN’s website: womensindustrynetwork.com.


YANG Happy Hour During AAPEX19


The Young Auto Care Network Group (YANG) will host a Networking Happy Hour at the Yardbird Southern Table & Bar inside the Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas on Nov. 6. The largest networking meet-up of the year, this event is held in conjunction with AAPEX and is open to all current and new YANG members. Refreshments will be provided, but those interested in attending must RSVP by Friday, Nov. 1. For more information, visit autocare.org/yang/.


DRIVE Debuts New Workshop: The Power of Trust


On Nov. 18 and 19, DRIVE will debut a brand new workshop entitled “The Power of Trust” at DRIVE headquarters in Monrovia, CA. The workshop will focus on the crucial issue of trust and how it is vital for business owners to know how to earn someone’s trust and to know who to trust. The workshop will explore what trust is, how to earn trust and how to get it back once it’s lost.


According to Robert Spitz, senior vice president of Curriculum for DRIVE, “DRIVE is continually striving to bring the most advanced business practices and information to our clients,” he said. “[This workshop] speak[s] directly to the newest business systems and methods our clients want to know about.” For more information about DRIVE and its workshops, visit driveshops.com.

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