Aftermarket Insider Volume 65 - (Page 24)

iNDUSTRY NEWS automotive aftermarket professionals This Investment Delivers an AAP Rating BY: B RIAN CR UICKSHANK, AAP, DIRE CT OR, UNIVE R S I T Y O F T H E A FT E R MA R K E T in an age when CD rates are nearing And all we ask is that you make a commitment to long-term excellence by historic lows and the stock market has challenging yourself and your associbecome an unnerving rollercoaster ates to explore emerging business issues ride, a modest investment in executive and opportunities and develop a truly education provides significant longstrategic approach to personal and term growth and rock-solid stability. organizational success. Whether that investment is in support of your own career or the advancement What’s required? The best first step of key employees, it can pay lucrative is to add three letters – AAP – to dividends for years to come. your signature. By pursuing your As the aftermarket’s premier source of “Automotive Aftermarket Professional” designation, you will not only expose high quality, university-level business, yourself to a wide range of industry management and leadership educathought leaders and exciting new ideas, tion, the University of the Aftermarket but also demonstrate to current and stands ready to turn your educational prospective customers that you are investment into a lasting competitive uniquely qualified to fulfill their busiadvantage. We can help you and your ness needs. organization stand out in this vibrant, yet increasingly demanding, industry. Consider us Your Partner Now more than ever, the University of the Aftermarket (U of A) is ideally positioned to serve all of your personal and employee education requirements. We have greatly expanded the number of industry events and activities through which you can earn U of A credits. We offer an ever-growing number of online “Distance Learning” courses and short-format Web-based video workshops and presentations. And we are partnering with leading aftermarket manufacturing and distribution organizations to develop and deliver custom university-level programs, ranging from single-day events to intensive, weeklong business management schools. 24 | AFTERMARKET INSIDER 2010 | VOLUME 65

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Aftermarket Insider Volume 65

Aftermarket Insider Volume 65
President's Message
An Unwelcome Oil Change
Investigating the Cold, Hard Truth About the Right to Repair Battle
Industry News
Member Profile
Campaign Update
Technology Update
Industry News
International Focus
Market Research

Aftermarket Insider Volume 65