NORTH RICHLAND HILLS, Texas — The Automotive Service Association(ASA) has launched a weekly podcast, "What's Now, What's New and What's Next," an initiative intended to keep ASA members and the auto service industry at large abreast of the latest news in auto service and collision repair.
Hosted by ASA Vice President Tony Molla, the podcast will provide ASA members and industry professionals with necessary information quickly, easily and cost-effectively, ASA Executive Director Ray Fisher said.
"We've been listening to our members and asked for their feedback on what they liked and felt would improve their association," Mr. Fisher said. "One message that came through loud and clear was a desire to hear more about what ASA is doing to advance the service and repair industry."
The podcast premieres with an interview of Jeff Buckley of My Father's Shop Certified Auto Repair in Midlothian, Texas, and Frank Lautz of Desert Car Care in Chandler, Ariz., the ASA said. They will discuss the value of the latest communication technology available to auto care professionals to engage with their customers.
Mr. Molla also is coordinating with ASA Washington Representative Robert Redding to use the podcast to deliver timely legislative news to ASA members, the association said.
The weekly podcast is available on many podcast access sites, including Apple, Stitcher, Spotify, Google and Amazon Alexa.