Registration open for ASA legislative and business events

Feb. 9, 2011

Feb. 9, 2011 — Automotive repair professionals interested in attending the Automotive Service Association’s (ASA) annual business meetings and “Taking the Hill” day have until April 7 to sign up online.

The business meetings, set for May 9-10 in the Washington, D.C., area, will include an affiliate assembly, a board meeting, the induction of new board members and a state of the association presentation from ASA President Ron Pyle. Taking the Hill day will take place May 11 and will allow ASA members to meet with policymakers on Capitol Hill to discuss industry issues.

Summarized agendas and hotel information are also available online. ASA will make hotel arrangements, but each attendee is responsible for their own travel arrangements.

For more information about the annual meeting, contact Carol Dennis, coordinator of membership records and accounting for ASA, at [email protected] or 817-358-5220. For more information about Taking the Hill day, contact Robbie Addison, mechanical division manager, at [email protected] or 817-358-5224; or Denise Caspersen, collision division manager, at [email protected] or 817-358-5236.
 

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