ASA Colorado Summit sets record
Shop owners, technicians, service consultants, instructors and students are taking advantage of 21 different training opportunities.
DENVER, Colorado – The ASA Colorado Summit at Lincoln Tech is off and running with technical and management training classes by some of the most well-known trainers in the industry.
This year’s event set a new record with more than 450 attendees.
Shop owners, technicians, service consultants, instructors and students are taking advantage of 21 different training opportunities during morning and afternoon sessions.
The training is being augmented by participation of 30 different vendors supporting the Summit, along with the outstanding training facility at Lincoln Tech.
2019 marks the third year of the ASA Colorado Summit format at Lincoln Tech.
“We are delighted at the turnout and the support we’ve received from our members and supporting vendors this year,” said Julie Massaro, ASA Colorado’s executive director. “It takes a lot of effort from the ASA-CO team to put together this growing training event, and I can’t thank our board, staff and members enough for their tireless efforts in creating this record-setting Summit!”
Brad Pellman, ASA Colorado’s chairman, agreed.
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“It is our goal to tie the industry together from the student level to the master technician with training and leadership experiences that will not only improve their technical knowledge, but advance their business management skills as well,” Pellman said.
“Offering the access to supporting sponsors of ASA is crucial to both their success and ASA-CO’s success in this increasingly complex industry. Ongoing learning not only ensures your future success, but is also knowledge you keep for life, and I thank everyone for their participation and support!”
Pellman thanked the association’s “valued sponsors” for their support of ASA Colorado and the ASA Colorado Summit.
“Without their commitment to the automotive professionals in our region and financial support, we could not offer this fantastic training event and ongoing training throughout the year,” Pellman said.
“It’s all part of building our automotive community through networking and community activities that elevate the level of professionalism and ensure success.”
ASA Colorado will also host a golf tournament on Sept. 7, 2019 to help fund association initiatives and the Automotive Student Scholarship Fund.