MACS Partners with MAACA to Provide Member Benefits

MACS Partners with MAACA to Provide Member Benefits

Repair shops can take advantage of discounted training events and professional development, among other benefits.

The Mobile Air Climate Systems Association (MACS) and the Mid-Atlantic Auto Care Alliance (MAACA) announced a partnership to promote training and mutual association benefits.

Through December 31, 2023, members of either MACS or MACCA are invited to take advantage of discounted membership dues when they join both MACS and MAACA. 

MACS members will receive a 15% ($60) discount on a MACCA membership for the first year. MAACA members who join MACS will receive a 15% ($35) discount on their first year of MACS membership dues.

By being members of both MACS and MAACA, service repair shops can take advantage of the benefits offered by both associations, including discounted training events, webinars and professional development “giving their shops the best resources for A/C specific and Complete Car Care, technical resources, and auxiliary benefits,” the associations said.

“The partnership between MACS and MACCA provides our members with the training resources to increase their knowledge, grow their business and capitalize on the power of numbers,” said Peter Coll, MACS president & COO, and Ron Turner, MAACA director, in a joint statement.

For more information about MACS, call 215-631-7020 or email [email protected]. MAACA can be reached at 267-379-5069 or [email protected] . 

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