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Monday, 26 March 2018 21:58

AAAS Wraps Up 2018 Capitol Day Events

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 AAAS members visited Montgomery, AL, on March 7 as the last of the association’s annual Capitol Day events. (Pictured left to right: Brandon Jones, The Jones Group; Randal Ward, AAAS; LaKeshia Dotson, BBB Industries; Donald Hall, H&H Home & Truck; Alabama Senator Del Marsh, R-President Pro Tempore; Matt Ward, AAAS; Kiersten Turnock, LKQ Corporation) AAAS members visited Montgomery, AL, on March 7 as the last of the association’s annual Capitol Day events. (Pictured left to right: Brandon Jones, The Jones Group; Randal Ward, AAAS; LaKeshia Dotson, BBB Industries; Donald Hall, H&H Home & Truck; Alabama Senator Del Marsh, R-President Pro Tempore; Matt Ward, AAAS; Kiersten Turnock, LKQ Corporation)

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The Automotive Aftermarket Association Southeast (AAAS) wrapped up its 2018 Capitol Day visits on March 7 in Montgomery, AL.

Matt Ward, Director of Government Relations at AAAS, said, “It was a successful day in Montgomery visiting with members of the executive and legislative branches. Alabama was the last event for the 2018 legislative session, with previous events held in the state capitals of Mississippi, Florida and Georgia.”

 

“The automotive aftermarket is a healthy and growing industry full of great people. The implementation of new technologies, such as telematics, embedded software and autonomous vehicles, will undoubtedly change the way business is being done in this industry. Educating our state representatives on the issues the industry faces is crucial to ensuring that this industry remains strong not only today, but into the future.”


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