Automotive Professionals Create New Trade Group

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November 5, 2019—A new trade group has been created: The Coalition of Automotive Management Professionals.

The Coalition of Automotive Management Professionals (CAMP) is a new coalition of business coaches and trainers whose vision is to serve the automotive aftermarket through shared challenges and successes. Their intention is to create awareness about business development, advance industry professionalism, implement best practices and elevate the image of the industry.  

CAMP’s Code of Ethics drives its alliance and includes six main areas: Ethics, Collaboration, Objectivity, Contributions, Financial, and Methodology. Members recognize the opportunity to positively make a difference and create awareness. 

Through the coalition, CAMP supports each other’s contributions, creating a greater sense of unity, while relevant education will welcome new ideas and methods through objectivity. CAMP members work together to address and understand the needs of the industry and embrace technology as a strategy for achieving competitive advantages and success.

Current members include but are not limited to the following: Murray Voth (RPM Training); Cecil Bullard (Institute for Automotive Business Excellence); Rena Rennebohm (Empowered Advisor); Bill Kilpatrick (Drive Shops); Greg Marchand (Repair Shop Rescue); Maylan Newton (Educational Seminars Institute); Rick White (180 Biz); Carm Capriotto (Remarkable Results Radio); Bill Haas (Haas Performance Consulting LLC.); Vic Tarasik (Shop Owner Coach); Bob Greenwood (Automotive Aftermarket eLearning Center); Kim Walker (Shop Marketing Pros); Jen Filzen (Rock Star Marketing); Kim Auernheimer (CS Automotive); and Charlie Burke (WorldPac Training Institute). All were all welcomed as the first group of CAMP members.

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