THE ASCCA IS PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THAT IT HAS SELECTED
SPOTLIGHT DATE: FEBRUARY, 2018
The ASCCA Revenue and Benefits Committee is proud to announce that it has selected John Hartman of NAPA AutoCare as ASCCA’s February Partner of the Month. Each month, an ASCCA partner is recognized for their steadfast support of ASCCA, its members, and the automotive repair industry, and their commitment to ASCCA’s Core Purpose: To elevate and unite automotive professionals and give them voice.
NAPA AutoCare has been a Corporate Partner since 2017. They focus on an integrated banner program that unites everything an independent repair business needs to prosper. NAPA AutoCare has grown to over 16,000-plus independently owned and nationally recognized automotive, collision, and truck service centers, making it the largest single aftermarket repair network in the country.
When asked how his partnership with ASCCA has benefited NAPA AutoCare, John replied, “Very simple – the success of ASCCA members is our success. Seeing their businesses succeed and knowing you helped them get there, makes my job worth it.
NAPA Autocare’s partnership also benefits ASCCA members which includes, national brand visibility, technological tools, state-of-the-art communication platforms, training and employee recruitment resources, member discounts, and much more. The NAPA membership program also strengthens the business relationship between servicing NAPA Auto Parts stores and AutoCare Centers by providing the necessary tools to be successful.
John has been involved with Chapter 24, located in San Diego, since 1999. When asked about his favorite memory, John replied, “Sponsoring and supporting the Automotive Skills day competition at Cuyamaca College. This annual event is in partnership with ASCCA, Chapter 24, and Cuyamaca College – I look forward to it every year.”
Thank you NAPA AutoCare for your enduring commitment to ASCCA! Our organization and its members have benefited tremendously from your knowledge and partnership throughout the years.
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