Several U.S. state governors have officially declared June as Automotive Service Professionals Month (ASPM), according to a press release from the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE).
The designation of June as ASPM is meant to recognize and commemorate technicians that are able to service vehicles through an ever-changing industry.
Governors from across the nation have made state proclamations recognizing June as ASPM. These governors include Jared Polis of Colorado; J.B. Pritzker of Illinois; Eric Holcomb of Indiana; Andy Beshear of Kentucky; Maura Healey of Massachusetts; Gretchen Whitmer of Michigan; Doug Burgum of North Dakota; Kristi Noem of South Dakota; Glenn Youngkin of Virginia; Jim Justice of West Virginia; and Tony Evers of Wisconsin.
“We express our gratitude to these governors for acknowledging the exceptional skill level and expertise of automotive service professionals in their respective states, who diligently work to keep each state’s motorists on the road,” stated ASE President and CEO Tim Zilke.