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ASA Partners with Advance Auto Parts

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Advance Auto Parts has partnered with the Automotive Service Association (ASA) as the association’s latest Sponsored Benefit Provider to provide ASA members preferred pricing, training and rebates.

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“One of the most important values ASA delivers to our members are the relationships with our Sponsored Benefit Providers, and we are pleased and proud to welcome Advance Auto Parts into our benefits program,” said Tony Molla, ASA vice president. “The training, business management and networking opportunities offered by Advance complement the ASA mission of providing the right tools for our members to grow and prosper in today’s competitive automotive service and collision repair industries.”

With the new partnership, ASA member-shops that have combined purchases from Advance Auto Parts and Carquest Auto Parts are eligible for national account pricing, business-development fund rebates, training from Carquest Technical Institute, and additional services from Advance, ASA said.

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Members can also receive rebate incentives on qualified purchases (based on their average quarterly spend) to reinvest in their businesses and rebates when member-shops make online purchases.

“Advance is proud to partner with ASA to offer independent shops access to more quality parts and trusted services,” said Todd Sanders, Advance’s vice president, strategic accounts. “Our job is to make sure shops receive the support they need – whether that is access to training, parts replenishment programs, marketing expertise or more – when and where they need it. We look forward to working with ASA to help shops across North America grow their businesses.”

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Additionally, ASA member-shops will have the opportunity to access On Hand Advantage, a parts replenishment program that allows shops of any size to customize and optimize their parts stock with the parts their shop uses most frequently, and ProRewards, a customer loyalty program.

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