ASA Announces New Associate Members for Second Quarter - BodyShop Business

ASA Announces New Associate Members for Second Quarter

The Automotive Service Association (ASA) announced four new associate
members who recently joined the association. ASA says the decision to
become an associate member displays a strong commitment to the
association and its efforts to serve the automotive service and repair
industry – including its many dedicated independent repair

New associate members joining ASA during the second quarter of 2010 include:

• Auto Data Vin Labels Inc.
• Demandforce
• National Parts Wholesalers/AES
• Premier Auto and Truck Parts Inc.

ASA also announced the following associate members who have renewed
their commitment to ASA and its members during the second quarter of

• 1-800-Radiator
• Air Filtration Co. Inc.
• Automotive Training Institute
• BP/GolinHarris
• Christian Brothers Automotive Corp.
• Cintas Corp.
• Denso Sales of California
• Federal Mogul Technical Education Center
• I/D/E/A Inc.
• Infosynch Inc.
• Lancer Insurance Co.
• Mudlick Mail Co.
• SCA Tissue North America
• Seymour of Sycamore Inc.
• The Locator
• The Wurth Group USA
• Toyota Motor Sales USA Inc.
• USI of North America
• Washington Metropolitan Auto Body Association
• Zendex Tool Corp.

The associate category of ASA membership is designed for companies or
groups that supply goods, services or equipment to the industry,
especially to ASA’s regular category of membership – businesses that
perform automotive repair services.

ASA’s full list of associate members can be found online.

The associate member list is categorized according to the products or
services the member provides to the industry. From air systems and
tools to wheel alignment systems, associate member categories run the
gamut in the automotive service and collision repair industries.

Of the associate members listed above, Cintas Corp. is also a longtime
sponsored benefit provider offering special discounted pricing for ASA
members. ASA’s complete benefits portfolio is located in the online ASA Marketplace.

More information:

To learn more about ASA, visit or call (800) 272-7467, ext. 295.

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