The presentation will delve into various critical topics relating to the collision repair industry, including an update on the TOP KPIs and labor rate trends.
Held at the Somerset County Vocational and Technical High School in Bridgewater, the event tested the students in a variety of areas including sheet metal, welding, plastic repair and estimating.
Moy, a beloved figure in the automotive repair industry, passed away two years ago this spring. To honor his passing, AASP/NJ created this award to honor individuals in the collision repair industry who work tirelessly to better the field for all.
Following the untimely passing of late board members Anthony Sauta and Billy Aiello, the association added Dave Gruskos of Reliable Automotive Equipment and John Craggan of Ultimate Collision Repair Inc. to the board of directors.
As part of the annual AASP/NJ meeting, the association pays special tribute to various industry members by presenting a number of awards.
The Alliance of Automotive Service Providers of New Jersey (AASP/NJ) will host its 13th annual Lou Scoras Memorial Golf Outing on Sept. 18. The outing will be hosted at the Colonia Country Club in Colonia, New Jersey, and will raise money for a Lou Scoras automotive scholarship.
Anderson, who spends the year traveling coast-to coast educating collision repairers, will present two seminars over the weekend for the second consecutive year.
The organizations say the meeting is an outstanding opportunity for market leaders and influential industry representatives to connect with and learn from other state, regional and national association members who are facing similar issues.