Registration open for ASA-Arizona annual convention

Jan. 1, 2020
Registration is now open for the Automotive Service Association of Arizona’s Sunrise 2013 – Automotive Training Expo & Convention.

Registration is now open for the Automotive Service Association of Arizona’s Sunrise 2013 – Automotive Training Expo & Convention. Packed with peer networking opportunities, educational sessions to help your business thrive, golf and other fun activities, Sunrise 2013 will be held July 19-21 in Prescott, Ariz. This annual event is open to members and nonmembers.

“Doing things the same way over and over is a recipe for failure in this constantly changing business environment,” said ASA member Mike Gabrielson of Simmons 4x4 Auto Service Center in Tucson. “Talking with others in the business – who are facing the same problems we are facing, and learning how they overcame those challenges – has allowed our business to continue to grow.”

The registration deadline is July 12. Attendee registration includes all educational sessions, the Friday reception, lunch and dinner on Saturday, breakfast vouchers for Saturday and Sunday, golf and other entertainment. (Vendors must use the sponsorship form to register or call (602) 544-2600 for details. Sponsorships are still available.)

“I really want to encourage everyone to take advantage of this convenient and valuable opportunity. At a single location you’ll get top-quality training, opportunities to network with your peers and meet vendors who can provide you with business tools and benefits to help maximize the profitability of your business,” said Luz Rubio, ASA-Arizona executive director. “I also encourage attendees to book their hotel rooms early!”

Sunrise will be held at the Prescott Resort & Conference Center. Presenters include Doris Barnes, Walt Commans, Bob Cooper, Mike Hinman and Gary Wagnon. The direct link to register is http://www.asaaz.org/members/. For more information about the event, visit www.asaaz.org; or contact Luz Rubio at (602) 544-2600 or [email protected].

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