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August 22, 2017 - In This Issue:
RepairPal and RLO Webinar: Lifetime Value of a Customer 8/23/17

Join us for this 1-hour training and learn how to increase the value of every customer.

Webinar: Value of a Customer
Date: August 23, 2017
Time: 10 a.m. Pacific / 11 a.m. Mountain / 12 p.m. Central/ 1 p.m. Eastern

ASCCA Countertop Display Contest Update

Don't forget about our current bonus point opportunity. Send in another entry with a different sign insert from your previous entry, for another point for your team.

SoCal continued their domination this week.  The score is 78 SoCal to 56 NorCal as of Monday August 21.

Contact Ryan at with all entries and questions.

Here we have a bonus entry for SoCal from Summit Transmissions in La Mesa. Follow the ASCCA on Facebook to view each weeks entries. Here are last weeks entries.

New ASCCA Members: Join Us for Our September Team Weekend

Are you a new ASCCA member, or current member who has never attended Team Weekend? Join us for our September Team Weekend, where we'll be inducting new members and introducing first-time attendees! Other Team Weekend events include an educational talk on driverless cars from Fred Gruner, principal hardware engineer at NVIDIA, an ASCCA Team dinner (no-host) Saturday night, and more.

You don't want to miss it!  Click  here   to view the schedule and event details.
Upcoming ASCCA Chapter Events 

August 23: Chapter 23 Meeting
August 26: Chapter 26 Meeting
August 30: Chapters 21 and 99 Meetings
ASCCA  Member Exclusive Offer!

ASCCA Partners with Educational Seminars Institute (ESi) Again to Bring You 
Special Course Offerings in 2017!
S eminar courses are normally $149.95. ASCCA members pay only $95 per attendee -- a savings of almost $55 per class! Service writer courses are normally $1,795. ASCCA members pay only $995 per attendee!  

Featured Remarkable Results Radio Podcast: Tom Lambert from Shadetree Automotive 

Tom Lambert got his start right at home.  His dad and uncles always had projects going on in the home garage.  During the summer vacation his dad would have Tom remove engines from the vehicles that were being sent to the local machine shop for rebuilding.
By the time he was 14 years old, his dad was tired of the many broken down vehicles around his house, so he rented a 2-bay shop. His dad and uncle were always known as the Shadetree mechanics because they always worked from home, and the name of the shop was born.

Thank you to our ASCCA Corporate Partners! 

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