My First Car: 1980 Toyota Supra “Unfiltered”

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Introducing a special miniseries: My First Car

The Great Canadian Aftermarket Podcast presents our new miniseries, My First Car.  This miniseries chronicles the first wheels for aftermarket personalities, and how that shaped their aftermarket careers. This weekDean Law, Law’s Automotive, in Portage la Prairie, Man., traded a carton of cigarettes for his first car. And the story just gets better from there . . . in this week’s episode of the “My First Car” miniseries.

Issues and ideas for Canada’s automotive aftermarket professionals and business owners. Hosted by Andrew Ross, publisher and director of content at CHAT Integrated Media.

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My First Car: 1980 Toyota Supra “Unfiltered”

My First Car: Ahead by a Century, A Buick Century

My First Car: Freedom and a Ford Falcon

My First Car with Bob Jaworksi, Auto Electric Service

Special miniseries: My First Car series premiere

A New Era: B.C. Skilled Trades Certification Returns

Access to Repair Information Expert Panel

Show Me the Money! Connecting With Shop Finances

Exceeding Customer Expectations, Part 2

Financial Markets and the Aftermarket, Part 2

Exceeding Customer Expectations, Part 1

Financial Markets and the Aftermarket, Part 1

The Work-From-Home Shop Owner

Investing in EV training

Australia’s big win.

Zara’s tale: A case for ownership

The path from Apprentice to Owner

Focusing on the Client Experience

Fighting Fraud

The Challenges Ahead: Bob Jaworski, Incoming AIA chair

All aboard? Incentive travel and the aftermarket

Ontario shops: What’s up (and down)?

Resetting and renewal

What’s in your toolbox meeting?

Aftermarket giving back: High Fives for Kids Foundation. Guest: Raymond Proulx, chair

The Young Phenom: Canada’s award winning rat rod builder. Guest: Matteo Medoro

Customer area design solutions for auto service businesses. Guest: Paul Reed, The Showroom Guy

Shop management systems and CRM w. Robert Whitehurst, Epicor MechanicNet

Welcome to 2021: Happy New Year? Outlook, tips, and trends

Who owns a car’s data? with Guest JF Champagne, President, AIA Canada

Digital Vehicle Inspection with Guest Mike Risich, BOLT ON Technology

Alan Mclelland, Centennial College: Apprenticeship in a Pandemic

Norm Rose, Excel Sales Consulting: Dealing with Stress

Paul Reed, The Showroom Guy: Store Design and COVID

Steve van Kessel, Parry Automotive: Maintaining Your Balance

J.D. Ney, JD Power, on Raising Your Customer Satisfaction


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