Noting the seriousness of the Coronavirus, the Automotive Service Association’s Board of Directors decided Friday to postpone the association’s joint CARS (Congress of Automotive Repair & Service), TTF (Technology & Telematics Forum) and annual business meeting until late August or early September.
The events have in the past attracted Canadian attendance.
The board made the decision after some key business partners indicated they might not be able to attend because of company travel bans resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic.
The event had originally been scheduled for May 4-5, 2020 in the Dallas-Fort Worth community of Hurst. The new date for the ASA training event and meeting will be announced shortly, ASA President/Executive Director Ray Fisher told Auto Inc., the ASA’s official publication.
“While we’re disappointed to have to postpone the event because we have such an excellent venue, we understand the need for the delay because of health concerns,” Fisher said.
When the event occurs later this year, it will still feature co-located options such as CARS and TTF in addition to the ASA’s Annual Business Meeting and Live Podcasts
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