AASP/NJ held its Annual Meeting on Oct. 17 at Gran Centurions in Clark, NJ, featuring keynote speaker Danny Gredinberg of the Database Enhancement Gateway (DEG) who provided an overview on the purpose of the DEG and how it improves database accuracy through facilitating the submission and tracking of database inquiries to the three major estimating system providers.
The Auto Body Association of Connecticut (ABAC) returned from summer break on Sept. 26 when nearly 100 attendees gathered at the USS Chowder Pot IV in Hartford, CT, where they received updates on the association, learned about future plans, and enjoyed a presentation on “Creating a Non-Negotiable Final Bill,” delivered by Scott Simmons of CollisionAdvice.
On Monday, Sept. 16, members of AASP/NJ gathered at the Colonia Country Club in Colonia, NJ, to honor one of the association's most beloved members with the 15th Annual Lou Scoras Memorial Golf Outing.
ASA is asking New Hampshire repairers to contact state lawmakers and urge them to override Gov. Chris Sununu’s recent veto of original equipment manufacturer (OEM) repair procedures legislation.
On Thursday, Sept. 12, AASP/NJ provided an overview of what collision repair shop owners need to know about ADAS technology by hosting a panel discussion on the topic at the Gran Centurions in Clark, NJ.
The Alliance of Automotive Service Providers of New Jersey (AASP/NJ) has established a Legal Defense Fund to provide financial assistance to member shops battling industry-related issues through the legal process.
On Aug. 24, the Pennsylvania Automotive Recycling Trade Society (PARTS) and ARA-NJ collaborated to host the CONNECT 2019 Summit and Expo at the Philadelphia West Marriott in West Conshohocken, PA.
New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu has vetoed OEM Repair Procedure legislation.
This summer, AASP/NJ co-sponsored two seminars entitled “Estimating Accuracy Essentials [Part 1],” presented by AASP/NJ President Jerry McNee, and John Niechwiadowicz of QLC, Inc.
On Thursday, Sept. 12, AASP/NJ will help provide an overview of what collision repair shop owners need to know about ADAS technology by hosting a special panel discussion on the topic.
Several months ago, AASP-MA hosted National Auto Body Research (NABR) for an informative presentation on their Variable Rate Survey (VRS), and as a result, the association launched NABR’s Standardized Labor Rate Survey in Massachusetts.
Four students enrolled at a Queens, NY, post-secondary technical institute have been awarded over $20,000 in scholarships to pursue careers as automotive technicians, a highly in-demand field that provides a pathway to quality long-term careers.