On June 20, the Long Island Auto Body Repairmen’s Association (LIABRA) and the Autobody Craftsmen’s Guild (ABCG) held its joint June General Meeting at Greg and Bill’s Autobody in Medford, NY. The meeting focused on Regulation 64 and also included LIABRA’s Annual 250 Club Drawing.
On April 18, the Long Island Autobody Repairmen’s Association (LIABRA) and the Autobody Craftsmen’s Guild (ABCG) hosted a General Motors Advanced Safety Systems and Post Collision Service and Repair Seminar as part of the associations’ ongoing commitment to providing OEM repair training to members.
On March 15, the Long Island Auto Body Repairmen's Association (LIABRA) and the Auto Body Craftsman's Guild (ABCG) held a joint meeting at Bayridge Lexus in Brooklyn, hosted by the Bram Auto Group and Parts Operation Director Vito Deliso.
On Wednesday, October 26, AASP-NJ held its 2016 Annual Meeting at the Gran Centurions Banquet Hall in Clark, NJ.
Throughout 2016, Mike Parker, president of the Vermont Auto Body Association (VABA), has been engaged in several battles to ensure that the aftermarket parts being certified, sold and installed in consumer vehicles are of like kind and quality as their OEM counterparts.
On August 29, the AASP/NJ hosted its 12th Annual Lou Scoras Memorial Golf Outing at the Colonia Country Club to honor one of the association's most beloved members.
On June 30 and July 7, AASP/NJ hosted training seminars in Totowa and Toms River, New Jersey.
According to Charles Bryant, executive director of the Alliance of Automotive Service Providers of New Jersey (AASP/NJ), there is still time for New Jersey collision repair shops to submit their Auto Body License renewal.
On Friday, June 3, ASA-CT held its sixth annual golf outing at the Lyman Orchards Golf Club in Middlefield, CT. Over 90 attendees participated in the event, which served to raise funds to donate to Enfield HOOAH, an organization that supports active duty military members and their families as well as veterans.