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AAIA Releases 2005/2006 Tool Purchasing Trends Report

The Automotive Aftermarket Industry Association (AAIA) has released the 2005/2006 Tool Purchasing Trends Report. The study provides insight into current and future purchasing decisions of professional users of shop tools for automotive repair. In addition to current trends in the tool market, this report also includes historical data.

BETHESDA, MD — The Automotive Aftermarket Industry Association (AAIA) has released the 2005/2006 Tool Purchasing Trends Report. The study provides insight into current and future purchasing decisions of professional users of shop tools for automotive repair. In addition to current trends in the tool market, this report also includes historical data.

The 2005/2006 Tool Purchasing Trends report examines a variety of topics including primary factors influencing tool purchasing decisions; top suppliers of automotive tools; past and future spending on selected automotive tools, specific tools made available to repair shop technicians; the importance of “Made in USA” on tool purchases and the importance of brand names in tool purchasing decisions.

The report is available to AAIA members for $99 and to nonmembers for $199. Order your copy today by calling AAIA at 301-654-6664. You can also order online at AAIA’s eShop page.

For those interested in the equipment market, AAIA also offers a complementary report on repair shop equipment purchasing. The 2004/2005 Equipment Purchasing Trends report is available to AAIA members for $95 and to nonmembers for $195. You can order it by calling 301-654-6664 or by visiting AAIA’s eShop page.

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