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Monday, 04 October 2021 21:11

AASP/NJ Executive Director Receives James Moy Award at NORTHEAST

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At a special ceremony during the 2021 NORTHEAST® Automotive Services Show, the Alliance of Automotive Service Providers of New Jersey (AASP/NJ) surprised Executive Director Charles Bryant by presenting him with this year’s James Moy Award for Dedication to the Automotive Industry.

Bryant was “shocked and honored” to be recognized for his many contributions to the collision repair industry.

 

When Moy, a beloved figure in the automotive repair industry, passed away in 2016, AASP/NJ partnered with Moy’s longtime friend and colleague Larry Montanez of P&L Consultants to create this award as a way to honor a collision repair professional annually who has worked tirelessly to improve the industry for all.

 

“The James Moy Award was established after James’ passing for the sole purpose of honoring those who’ve gone above and beyond for our industry,” Montanez said. “Each year, we only consider people that we feel James would want to recognize, and we always select someone who is so outstanding that it’s beyond question why they’re being recognized. That’s certainly the case with choosing Charlie.”

 

Bryant was chosen for a plethora of reasons, according to Montanez.

 

“We picked Charlie based on his years of advocating for consumers while working in a shop, as well as his success in expanding AASP/NJ since he became executive director; it’s mind-blowing what he’s been able to do with that association," Montanez said. "He also created a handbook of state laws, rules, regulations and forms that is very beneficial for shops. Charlie has been a vital part of this industry for a long time, and he’s spent that time doing a lot of good for AASP/NJ and the industry as a whole.”

 

AASP/NJ Past President Jeff McDowell agrees: “Given that James Moy dedicated a good part of his life to excellence in the collision repair industry and trying to bring the standard of repair up, there’s nobody better or more deserving...


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