PBES to Hold Jobber Webinar on Value-Added Services on April 6 - BodyShop Business

PBES to Hold Jobber Webinar on Value-Added Services on April 6

The Paint, Body & Equipment Specialists (PBES), a segment of the Automotive Aftermarket Industry Association (AAIA), will hold a Webinar entitled, “How Does a Progressive Jobber Provide Value-Added Services to Support Its Shops?” on Tuesday, April 6, from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. EDT.

PBE jobbers are finding themselves becoming the main supplier of value-added services to their shops in addition to providing products. In this time of shrinking margins and reduced staffing, jobbers are asking themselves, “What kind of value-added services can I provide with my company’s current resources in order to keep and attract the best customers?”

A complimentary one-hour Webinar featuring Joe Mattos, CEO, Pro Finishes PLUS, Temple Hills, Md., and moderated by Chris Johnson, senior managing partner and co-founder, Aftermarket Partners, Inc., San Diego, Calif., will outline additional services that your company can provide to assist your customers.

The Webinar will address:

• Customer services

• Marketing support

• Internal processes

Pro Finishes PLUS is a regional distributor of automotive paint and body shop supplies and provider of innovative support services to help keep customers productive and profitable. Founded in 1928, Pro Finishes PLUS has more than 150 employee owners in its 17 offices, stores and warehouse locations.

To register:

• Webinar space is limited. Reserve your Webinar seat here. After registering, you will receive a confirmation e-mail containing information about joining the Webinar.

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