Chairmen named for NACE, CARS events

Jan. 28, 2010

Jan. 28, 2010—The Automotive Service Association (ASA) announced that Jerry Burns and Mitch Schneider will serve as chairmen at its international trade shows in October.

Burns, president and owner of Rio Rancho, N.M.-based Automotive Impressions Inc., will serve as chairman for NACE for the second consecutive year.

Schneider, owner of Simi Valley, Calif.-based Schneider’s Automotive, will serve as chairman of the Congress of Automotive Repair and Service (CARS) event.

Both events will be held during the Automotive Service and Repair Week (ASRW) Oct. 10-13 at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas. The events are sponsored by ASA.

"We are very pleased that these two distinguished and accomplished industry leaders have accepted the assignment to chair the CARS and NACE events at ASRW,” said Ron Pyle, ASA president and chief staff executive. “They are truly representative of the core values embraced and promoted by our organization. These gentlemen will be outstanding ambassadors for ASRW demonstrating the value of an event dedicated to the thousands of small businesses in the independent automotive service and repair industry.”

Visit NACEexpo.com, CARSevent.com or ASAshop.org for more event information.

Sponsored Recommendations

Best Body Shop and the 360-Degree-Concept

Spanesi ‘360-Degree-Concept’ Enables Kansas Body Shop to Complete High-Quality Repairs

Maximizing Throughput & Profit in Your Body Shop with a Side-Load System

Years of technological advancements and the development of efficiency boosting equipment have drastically changed the way body shops operate. In this free guide from GFS, learn...

ADAS Applications: What They Are & What They Do

Learn how ADAS utilizes sensors such as radar, sonar, lidar and cameras to perceive the world around the vehicle, and either provide critical information to the driver or take...

Banking on Bigger Profits with a Heavy-Duty Truck Paint Booth

The addition of a heavy-duty paint booth for oversized trucks & vehicles can open the door to new or expanded service opportunities.