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The 2022 AWDA Aftermarket Challenge is underway and the program groups are all in, according to Bob Egan, MAAP, chairman of the University of the Aftermarket Foundation.
The annual campaign is supported by program groups, aftermarket suppliers, manufacturers’ representatives and other industry organizations to raise funds for scholarships and programs that strengthen the aftermarket through education. The following organizations have committed to participation in the 2022 Challenge to date.
The new release includes parts for import and domestic vehicles with gasoline, hybrid, and electric powertrains.
WIN says the campaign is vital to its mission to attract, retain and advance women in collision repair industry.
Autoshop Solutions’ customers and friends are receiving a special offer to be come a TechForce Champion.
This was another record year for the program, distributing 96 awards worth $300,000 in both cash scholarships and starter tool sets.
Three WyoTech students were recipients of the JCF scholarship, which empowers young women to pursue careers in trades.
Bosch says these new products cover more than 34 million vehicles in operation across North America.
Additions to the program include more than 800 coils providing 99% coverage for import and domestic vehicles.
Those service professionals who register will have 90 days to schedule an appointment to take the selected ASE tests.