AutoInc. Going Digital in 2019

Sixty-seven years ago, ASA printed the first issue of what is now AutoInc. magazine. Beginning in 2019, the magazine will no longer have a print edition. Instead, the magazine – and the same outstanding content – will be offered on a spruced up AutoInc.org. The decision had to be made because of rising costs and […]

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Nominations for ASA Board of Directors Are Open

It’s not too early to start thinking about joining ASA’s 2019 board of directors. Two board positions will be open for election: General Director and Collision Division Director. ASA is looking for members who want to play a more active leadership role in the association. If you’re considering serving, contact Trisha Baker at trisha@ASAshop.org or […]

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Extreme Makeover

The Blueprint for a Successful Website See what happens when quality workmanship, great marketing and outstanding customer service come together. Are you working harder than ever to keep up with the competition, but your business profits don’t reflect your efforts? The right tool always makes the job easier … consider a website makeover. Your website […]

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ASA Marketplace

Boost Your Productivity and Image With Cintas Transform your basic outsourced service into integrated, essential solutions with Cintas. From image to safety and to facilities, Cintas’s know-how can enable you to focus on what really matters: your core business. Let the passion and dedication of Cintas help you reduce costs and solve your toughest problems. […]

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Get Out and Learn

It’s hard to believe it has been 64 years since a visionary group of independent shop owners founded the Automotive Service Association. We’ve seen a lot of change within our industry over the past six decades, and that pace of change is increasing. Anyone involved in the automotive service and collision repair business knows the […]

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What Would You Do?
January 2014

Every shop owner runs into ‘situations.’ How they handle them is important … do you agree with these fellow ASA members? Dilemma This scenario happened to me 30 years ago when I was managing a small independent Honda repair shop. An existing customer made an appointment for a 30,000-mile service for his 1980 Honda Accord. […]

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