University of the Aftermarket unveils dynamic new Web site

Jan. 1, 2020
The University of the Aftermarket has enhanced its online presence with a highly interactive Web site, replacing the orignal site that was created when the University of the Aftermarket became an operating unit of Northwood University.

The University of the Aftermarket has enhanced its online presence with a highly interactive Web site, replacing the orignal site that was created when the University of the Aftermarket became an operating unit of Northwood University.

"Today's University of the Aftermarket brings a powerful, creative new approach to educational programming for aftermarket professionals. Our new Web site communicates this new energy and strengthens the connection between our programs and one of North America's premier sources of industry-specific higher education," says the university's director, Jimsey Keith.

Featuring the same dynamic functionality and interactive tools available through any leading college or university Web site, the new site enables industry professionals to access information on dozens of new workshops, chart their path to an aftermarket-specific professional designation and download a variety of presentations and other materials.

The new site also provides detailed descriptions of employee workshops and other custom programs available to aftermarket businesses of all types and sizes, as well as an in-depth guide to the University's signature training experience, Leadership 2.0.

Aftermarket professionals who haven't experienced a University workshop can read testimonials from industry leaders such as Mike Lambert, president, Automotive Distribution Network; Doug Washbish, president, Moog Louisville Warehouse; Rodney Pierini, president and CEO, California/Nevada Automotive Wholesalers Association; and Ken Mullen, chief people officer, Cardone Industries on the Web site.

For more information regarding the University of the Aftermarket or to enroll in a workshop, call (800) 551-2882 or visit its newly revamped Web site.