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ASA-Michigan Joins National Association

The Automotive Service Association (ASA) board of directors has approved ASA-Michigan as the newest affiliate in the ASA organization. ASA-Michigan becomes the 16th affiliate for the national association.

BEDFORD, TEXAS — The Automotive Service Association (ASA) board of directors has approved ASA-Michigan as the newest affiliate in the ASA organization. ASA-Michigan becomes the 16th affiliate for the national association.

“We look forward to working closely with the ASA members in Michigan,” said Ron Pyle, ASA president and chief staff executive. “From legislative efforts to member benefits, we anticipate a strong working relationship that will enhance the value of membership and advance the industry as a whole,” said “Their commitment to this industry is apparent and we look forward to actively supporting their efforts.”

“ASA-Michigan (formerly the Automotive Service Councils of Michigan) has taken a positive step toward unifying the repair industry. This has always been one of our goals,” said Ray Fraser, owner of American Collision in Detroit and ASA-Michigan’s chairman of the board. “I hope other states will look at this and evaluate their position for the good of the industry.”

According to Ron Meyer, AAM, president of ASA-Michigan, the ASA-Michigan board evaluated the decision to join the national association carefully. He noted that an overwhelming majority of association members voted to join forces with ASA.

For more information about ASA, go to: www.asashop.org.

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