The Automotive Maintenance and Repair Association (AMRA) will be hosting their General Membership meeting on Monday October 29, 2018 during Industry Week in Las Vegas. The meeting will start at 4:30pm and will include a cocktail reception and networking event immediately thereafter. This year’s meeting will be held at the Venetian with registration currently open on the AMRA.org website. This year’s theme will be Many Voices One Future which is a continuation from last year’s meeting and will remain a focus for AMRA. As part of the theme, Mark Seng a Global Automotive Aftermarket Practice Leader of IHS will be presenting industry insights that can help members drive business and current trends that could affect the Automotive Aftermarket segment. Mark has more than 30 years of experience in global aftermarket and has been used by many organizations to help their executive teams better understand the aftermarket industry. “We are excited to have Mark present at this year’s meeting. With his experience and knowledge of the industry, it will be of great value to our members” said Jeff Cox President of AMRA.
Members and Guests are welcome to attend this once‐a-year event to hear from Association Leadership and receive an update on their Roadmap to 2020 strategy. They will also learn what AMRA has accomplished during 2018 and initiatives the Association has planned for 2019 to help improve transparency and trust in the automotive industry.
Be sure to take the opportunity to socialize and network with fellow AMRA/MAP Members and guests. It’s a great opportunity to learn about AMRA/MAP in addition to networking with other industry professionals and a great way to kick off Industry Week.
For more information about AMRA or membership, contact the group at 847-947-2650 or [email protected]
About MAP The Motorist Assurance Program is dedicated to equipping the automotive maintenance and repair industry with standards that build trusted relationships with the motorists. MAP provides the auto repair industry with a series of Uniform Inspection and Communication Standards which are used to create consistency and transparency in what parts and services are recommended to the motorist. These guidelines give consumers the information they need to make an educated decision on repairs for their vehicle.