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CABA Extends Member Discount Price to Other Local Organizations

The $50 member discount on registrations for CABA’s 2010 Education Days has been extended to companies beyond the immediate membership of the Chesapeake Automotive Business Association.

The CABA board of directors approved an offer of the discounted registration fee to members of many other trade associations in the Maryland area, including WMDA Service Station & Automotive Repair Association, Delaware Auto Service Professionals Association, AASP of Pennsylvania, Washington Metropolitan Auto Body Association (WMABA), Virginia Automotive Association and Virginia Automotive Parts & Service Association.

"Educating the independent auto small business is our primary intent and all of our area associations share that same commitment," said Skip Potter, CABA executive director. "Our CABA Education Days program is not about the association. It’s about building a stronger independent aftermarket and we are all in this together."

The complete 20-session schedule for CABA’s 2010 Education Days will be released next week and registrations will be accepted immediately until limited classrooms are sold-out. For more information, call 410-647-0505 or e-mail [email protected].

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