TopTech Finder Allows Repairers to Display ASA Membership on Job Postings - BodyShop Business

TopTech Finder Allows Repairers to Display ASA Membership on Job Postings

TopTech Finder has partnered with the Automotive Service Association (ASA) to give repairers the ability to feature their ASA membership when posting jobs online. By showing the ASA logo on their job postings, repairers can more easily attract top quality PDR technicians.

“The best PDR techs want to work for the best repairers," said Jeff Herman, CEO of TopTech Finder. "ASA membership shows that a repairer is active in their industry, has a code of ethics and cares about delivering high-quality repairs.”

Shops can post their jobs for free to more than 1,000 techs across the nation. Shops can also choose their facility fee, and better control a tech’s performance through a simple five-star review.

“When a hailstorm hits, top PDR techs can work for lots of different repairers. But repairers with the ASA logo on their job posting will stand out and be preferred,” said Herman.

“ASA members strive for high levels of excellence and professionalism and want to work with only the best technicians," said B.J. Johnson, vice president of membership services at ASA. "Members can more easily find these top techs by highlighting the ASA logo on TopTech Finder job postings.”


More information:

The Automotive Service Association

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