ASA to award top recruiter with trip to 2011 ASRW

July 12, 2011

July 12, 2011—The Automotive Service Association (ASA) on Monday announced it plans to award the top recruiter of its Chairman’s Club program with an expense-paid trip to the 2011 CARS or NACE events.

ASA’s Chairman’s Club program is a member recruitment program that rewards ASA members who recruit prospective shops to join the association. The program runs through Aug. 15.

The Chairman’s Club program is based on a point system. Current ASA members earn five points for each new member they recruit to the organization. The ASA member with the most recruitment points will win the grand prize—a trip to the CARS or NACE events held during Automotive Service and Repair Week (ASRW) in Orlando Oct. 5-8.

In addition, three new prize tiers were added to this year’s Chairman’s Club program:

• Tier One: ASA members who earn 10 to 20 points will receive a $25 dinner certificate to a restaurant of their choice.
• Tier Two: ASA members who earn 25 to 35 points will receive a $25 VISA gift card.
• Tier Three: ASA members who earn 40 points will receive a $50 VISA gift card.

For more information about ASA’s Chairman’s Club program, or to see which ASA members are currently in the lead, visit

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