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SOURCE: Bobby Likis Car Clinic Network
On Saturday morning at 11:25a ET ? from Car Clinic’s all-digital, multi-media studio within his 40-year successful automotive service center ? Bobby Likis talks with Ron Pyle, President of the Automotive Service Association (ASA), about the upcoming Automotive Service and Repair Week (ASRW) in New Orleans, October 10-13. Tune in from anywhere on Saturday at WatchBobbyLive.
(PRWEB) August 10, 2012
On Saturday morning at 11:25a ET ? from Car Clinic’s all-digital, multi-media studio within his 40-year successful automotive service center ? Bobby Likis talks with Ron Pyle, President of the Automotive Service Association (ASA), about the upcoming Automotive Service and Repair Week (ASRW) in New Orleans, October 10-13. Tune in from anywhere on Saturday at WatchBobbyLive.com.
As is Likis, Pyle is a veteran of the automotive aftermarket, serving as chairman and treasurer of the Automotive Aftermarket Industry Association (AAIA); currently sitting on the Board of Trustees for the Automotive Management Institute; and is Vice Chair of the National Automotive Service Task Force, as well as President of ASA. Pyle reflects, “Attendance for ASRW 2011 was up 18% over 2010, and in 2012, CARS is tracking to double booth numbers over 2011. On tomorrow’s Car Clinic globalcast, I’ll share with Bobby’s audience – which includes automotive service professionals – just some of the compelling reasons for service and repair pros to join in the ASRW experience.” He adds, “And we look forward to welcoming OEMs – General Motors, Nissan and Gulf States Toyota – as an underscore to those substantially involved in the broad aftermarket landscape.”
Likis tantalizes, “The Car Clinic Network is proud to be one of those ‘compelling reasons.’” He continues, “Car Clinic will have a 400sf space at CARS. I’m bringing my show trailer, my studio team & my microphone. We’ll interview the top movers and shakers, and we’ll create some moving and shaking of our own, as - in collaboration with the Renewable Fuels Association - we'll give technicians an up-close-and-personal look at ethanol. More about that soon.”
Continuing, Likis spotlights ASRW as “‘the’ automotive service industry event and an all-call for automotive service and repair technicians and service shop owners and management.” He sums it up, “If you’re in the automotive service and repair business, you should be at CARS in the Big Easy in October.”
About Bobby Likis: For more information about automotive expert Bobby Likis and the Car Clinic Network, visit CarClinicNetwork.com. For details about Bobby Likis’s automotive service shop, visit CarClinicService.com. Join Bobby on Facebook at Facebook.com/BobbyLikis; on Twitter at Twitter.com/BobbyLikis; and on YouTube at YouTube.com/BobbyLikis.
About Automotive Service and Repair Week (ASRW): ASRW includes the Congress of Automotive Repair and Service (CARS) and International Autobody Congress & Exposition (NACE) which makes ASRW the industry’s leading event for dedicated professionals – including Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) also known as carmakers - to conduct business, further education, network and engage in industry issues. ASA is the principal sponsor of ASRW.
About Automotive Service Association (ASA): ASA is the largest international not-for-profit trade association of its kind dedicated to and governed by independent automotive service and repair professionals. ASA advances professionalism and excellence in the automotive industry through education, legislative representation and member services. Its international membership base includes numerous affiliate, state and chapter groups from all segments of the industry. For additional information about ASA, go to http://www.ASAshop.org. ASRW, NACE and CARS are produced by Hanley Wood Exhibitions.
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