Now Accepting Submissions: The 2017 AASA Top 100

Now Accepting Submissions: The 2017 AASA Top 100

This year, the 2017 AASA Top 100 will feature a new list of Emerging Technology Providers. Emerging Technologies include those related to aftermarket telematics, dongles, mobile apps, sensors, data analytics and predictive analytics. 

The 2017 AASA Top 100 Automotive Aftermarket Suppliers List is coming soon.

Published by the Automotive Aftermarket Suppliers Association (AASA) and produced by Babcox Media, this multi-page, full-color publication will feature insightful information on the largest suppliers to the automotive aftermarket, and will rank suppliers by annual sales. The publication again this year will include a Technical Hotline Directory, organized by brand.

NEW: This year, the 2017 AASA Top 100 will feature a new list of Emerging Technology Providers. Emerging Technologies include those related to aftermarket telematics, dongles, mobile apps, sensors, data analytics and predictive analytics.

To include your company’s information, please fill out the online form available HERE. The deadline to submit company information is Wednesday, Aug. 30.

The 2017 AASA Top Automotive Aftermarket Suppliers List will be available to all AASA members at the association’s website, aftermarketsuppliers.org. It also will be distributed at AAPEX 2017 in Las Vegas.

The list will be available online, via aftermarketNews.com >, in both a printable PDF format, and via a searchable online database.

For more information, contact Amy Antenora at 330-670-1234, ext. 220 or [email protected].

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