Submit Your Company's Information: 2018 AASA Top Suppliers List

Submit Your Company’s Information Now For The 2018 AASA Top Suppliers List

AASA has introduced two significant changes to this year’s publication: No sales figures will be published in this year’s listing; and AASA would like suppliers to share the year their companies were founded and the original name (if different from the business name now). The deadline to submit information is: Friday, Aug. 31.

The Automotive Aftermarket Suppliers Association (AASA) and Babcox Media are once again collaborating on the “2018 AASA Top Suppliers & Cutting-Edge Technology Providers” magazine, formerly known as the AASA Top 100 and the Technical Information Directory – the popular tech hotline poster of leading full-service aftermarket suppliers, designed for service and counter professionals to keep handy throughout the year.

The 2018 AASA Top Suppliers & Cutting-Edge Technology Providers publication will reach the largest audience in the North American aftermarket industry as it will be released to the approximately 160,000 attendees at AAPEX 2018 in Las Vegas. In addition, the publication will be distributed to subscribers of Counterman magazine, in its October issue, as well as with the digital edition of Underhood Service, and on aftermarketNews.com.

AASA has introduced two significant changes to this year’s publication: No sales figures will be published in this year’s listing; and AASA would like suppliers to share the year their companies were founded and the original name (if different from the business name now).

The deadline to submit information is: Friday, Aug. 31.

To submit your company’s information for inclusion click here.

 

 

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