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ASA Offers Members Discounts on Mitchell 1’s OnDemand5 System

The Automotive Service Association (ASA) has announced a new special member benefit that may provide cost savings to its membership. ASA national members who begin new subscriptions to Mitchell 1's OnDemand5 Repair and Estimating system are eligible for exclusive pricing on both the activation fee and the monthly subscription fee.

BEDFORD, TEXAS — The Automotive Service Association (ASA) has announced a new special member benefit that may provide cost savings to its membership.

ASA national members who begin new subscriptions to Mitchell 1’s OnDemand5 Repair and Estimating system are eligible for exclusive pricing on both the activation fee and the monthly subscription fee.

“We are pleased to provide this valuable member benefit to ASA national members,” said John Scully, AAM, ASA’s executive vice president. “ASA strives to provide members with the tools they need to run a successful business. Our new agreement with Mitchell 1 can help them meet their repair and estimating software needs, and save them money while they do it.”

“We’ve always considered ASA and its member shops special partners,” said Nick DiVerde, Mitchell 1 director of marketing. “Because of the strong relationship between our organizations, we are pleased to improve on our already-discounted pricing for ASA members.”

The offer expires Dec. 14 and cannot be combined with other discounts. To learn more about this offer or for more information about Mitchell 1’s OnDemand5 system, ASA members can call Mitchell 1 at (888) 724-6742, ext. 6313, or visit www.mitchell1.com to locate their local Mitchell 1 representative.

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