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Association news from the week of March 15.

Auto Care Association, ASE Announce 2021 World Class Technicians

The two organizations provide this annual recognition to professional technicians who have attained ASE certification in 22 specific areas during the previous calendar year.

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WIN Launches New, Expanded Website

The website is now easier than ever to navigate, showcases an upgraded design and provides more connectivity for its numerous audiences.

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ASA Launches New ASA X50 Virtual Training Event

The two-day agenda is packed with more than 50 sessions for shop owners, managers, service advisors, technicians and collision professionals.

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AASP/NJ to Host Virtual Discussion on Division of Insurance

Patrick J. McGuire, Esq., will discuss how the Division of Insurance (DOI) can impact issues between consumers, repair facilities and insurers.

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SEMA Announces Board of Directors Selection Results

SEMA members vote Bill Bader, Doug Lane, Kelle Oeste, Kim Pendergast and Melissa Scoles to lead the association.

The Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) has announced the results of the 2024-2025 SEMA board of directors elections, with Bill Bader of Summit Motorsports Park; Doug Lane of Motor State Distributing; Kelle Oeste of V8TV Speed & Resto Shop; Kim Pendergast of Magnuson Superchargers; and Melissa Scoles of QA1 elected to serve on the board. Pendergast is a current SEMA board member who was reelected to join the group.

Matthew’s Auto Supplies Invites AASP/NJ Members to Free Training Event

AASP/NJ President Ken Miller Benjamin Stephens will present “Negotiation Tactics for Today’s Collision Repair Environment” and “Documentation for Stronger Negotiations.”

California Governor Passes on Zero-Emission Aftermarket Conversion Project

Senate Bill 301 aimed at incentivizing the conversion of gas and diesel-powered cars into zero-emission vehicles was vetoed by California Governor Gavin Newsom.

Auto Care Industry Expected to Grow 5.7% in 2024

The 2025 Auto Care Factbook projects the total light-, medium- and heavy-duty automotive aftermarket to hit $617.3 billion industry in 2027.

SCRS Announces Repairer Driven Education Registration Now Open

RDE is the most comprehensive collision repair education series of the year, delivered live at the SEMA Show and then made available online for the industry.

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Nominations Open for 2024 SEMA Industry Awards

Awards honor automotive specialty equipment industry’s most impactful contributors.

AASP/NJ Readies for Annual Lou Scoras Memorial Golf Outing in September

AASP/NJ continues to honor late shop owner and association member Lou Scoras of Holmdel Auto Body by hosting the annual event.