The Automotive Maintenance and Repair Association and the Motorist Assurance Program (AMRA/MAP) will be celebrating their 25th anniversary during this year’s General Membership Meeting at AAPEX 2017.
The association was organized in September 1994 as a nonprofit trade association to represent the interest of automotive maintenance and repair providers, their suppliers, and related automotive companies. The organization helped create the Uniform Inspection Communication Standards (UICS) that are used by their members to promote a consistent message to the motorists regardless of location and overcome the lack of trust between the motorist and the repair center.
“AMRA/MAP is fortunate to have had a tremendous 25 year history of leaders from across industry coming together to create inspection and communication standards that foster trust between service providers and consumers,” said Al Wheeler, chair of the board and senior vice president of consumer business for Advance Auto Parts. “The Motorist Assurance Program is a shining example of how we can work together collaboratively to create a better repair and maintenance experience for all consumers.”
AMRA is encouraging industry partners to join them in celebrating this milestone occasion on Oct. 30 at 4:00p.m. at the Venetian/Palazzo rooms 3201 A&B.
For information on the event or to register visit www.amra.org/upcoming-events.