The Alliance of Automotive Service Providers of New Jersey (AASP/NJ) held their last two seminars of the month last weekend, completing a record month of meetings in October.
During the month, AASP/NJ presented five top-of-the line-training seminars that featured everything from hands-on aluminum repair to diminished value to employee management. The group also selected a new president at their annual meeting.
“October was one of the busiest months I can remember,” newly elected AASP/NJ President Tom Elder says. “We really tried to present a broad scope of subjects to our membership and looking at the attendance numbers, it looks like many of them took advantage of that.”
“All of our meetings are set up to attempt to educate our members, to teach them how to be better business owners and ultimately bring more revenue into their shops,” Elder adds. “I think we accomplished that in a big way this month.”
Elder credited the people who took part in putting many of the meetings together. “Members like Joe Lubrano and Bob Everett really did a hell of a job organizing while our Executive Director Charles Bryant was the one who pulled it all together. This kind of participation makes my job easy. I look forward to continuing these kinds of positive events throughout my term as president.”