President Barack Obama has proposed to congress a $48 billion legislative package to aid small-business growth.
The Automotive Service Association (ASA) has given its logo a facelift. The new logo has a fresh and modernized look – in conjunction with the association’s focus on staying relevant to today’s repair professional.
The House Small Business Committee’s Subcommittee on Investigations, Oversight and Regulations has held a hearing titled “New Medical Loss Ratios: Increasing Health Care Value or Just Eliminating Jobs?”
The Automotive Service Association (ASA) has unveiled a major redesign of its website, www.ASAshop.org. The website, originally launched in 1995, now includes a reorganized format, innovative functionality and interactive content that provides a gateway for ASA members, industry professionals and consumers alike.
In a report released by Kimberly-Clarke, information was revealed regarding the use of towels and the exposure to chemicals in automotive repair shops. The report found that towels, even after they have been washed, can cause exposure to metals, oil and grease.
A joint committee hearing was held by the Consumer Affairs and Transportation committees of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives on "Right to Repair." Testifying at the Philadelphia, Pa., hearing was three panels of witnesses, including automobile maintenance and repair shop owners.
The Automotive Service Association (ASA) announces a new member benefit through an agreement with Demandforce, an automated marketing and communications system that allows independent repair shops to leverage technology to attract new business, increase loyalty and understand what's driving cars into the bays.
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