The ASCCA is pleased to call for nominations for the 7 seats open for the 2018 Board of Directors. Participation on the ASCCA Board of Directors is a unique opportunity for automotive repair professionals to help guide the state's largest organization of independent auto shop owners in shaping the future of the industry and building a stronger industry. Board participation is a chance to grow personally and professionally, and to develop skills, experience and connections with a team of other passionate and motivated professionals.
The day was started off with an impressive lineup of speakers from legislative leadership including:
SACRAMENTO – The Automotive Service Councils of California is proud to announce its most recent corporate partnership with Castrol, an innovative company that markets high-performance engine oils and business-building programs directly to independent workshop owners.
Recognized as the world's leading provider of lubricant solutions, Castrol, which develops its technologies at five locations around the globe, produces brands that include:
New Orleans, LA (April 24, 2017) – The Spring 2017 General Meeting for the National Automotive Service Task Force (NASTF) on Monday, April 24 in New Orleans hosted discussions on a wide range of industry issues involving eleven presenters and several questions from the OEM and independent audience.
The ASCCA has established a fund to enhance our advocacy with the state legislature (e.g., legislative advocate's travel, ASCCA's annual legislative day lobbying, Government Affairs Committee initiatives).
SACRAMENTO – The Automotive Service Councils of California is proud to announce its most recent corporate sponsorship with autotext.me. autotext.me is a comprehensive, cloud-based tool that offers simple solutions for workflow management, improved communications, digital vehicle inspections, and quality control.