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Association news from the week of Jan. 3.

ASA Focuses on Key Membership Initiatives for 2022

Blair Calvo says ASA’s new model will allow ASA to continue its strong advocacy efforts at the state, local and national levels.

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SEMA Announces Retirement of CEO Chris Kersting

Following more than 30 years of service to SEMA, President and CEO Chris Kersting will be stepping down at the end of January 2022.

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SEMA Young Executives Network (YEN) Announces Rebrand

The Young Executives Network (YEN), a SEMA group dedicated to cultivating talent in the automotive aftermarket, is now the Future Leaders Network (FLN).

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SCRS to Host Open Board Meeting Jan. 19

SCRS will be hosting an open board meeting on Wednesday, Jan. 19 from 2-5 p.m. in the Sunrise Room at the Hilton Phoenix Resort at the Peak in Phoenix, Ariz.

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AASP/MA to Offer Motor Vehicle Damage Appraiser Licensing Course

The AASP/MA announced that they will begin offering the course throughout the Commonwealth this fall.

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PPG Announces U.S. Tour for PPG MoonWalk

The tour will feature two colorful trucks outfitted with the MoonWalk automated paint mixing system and several other digital technologies for the refinish industry.

Polyvance Announces New Plastic Repair & Estimating Advancement Program

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