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Industry associations join forces to launch new virtual training event

‘PAVE’ will be a three-day event for mechanical and collision repair professionals, Jan. 8-10, with more than 40 live sessions

Lakewood, Wash.—Automotive industry organizations from across the U.S. have come together to create Professional Automotive Virtual Education (PAVE), a virtual training event for mechanical and collision repair professionals, Jan. 8-10.

“In an unprecedented move, the best auto repair associations have joined together with the top instructors and vendors to bring you PAVE,” said Mark Warren, Worldpac training manager, adding that the three-day event features more than 40 live training sessions with four-hour technical classes and two-hour business management classes.

Who should attend:
● Shop owners
● Managers
● Service advisors
● Technicians
● Collision professionals

“By providing this event virtually, more industry professionals can take advantage of the training without the cost or risk of travel and lodging, especially during these uncertain times,” said Jeff Lovell, PAVE Training event chair, and president/executive director, ASA Northwest. All sessions will be recorded and available for registered attendees on-demand for six weeks after the event., and all training materials will be accessible for download.

Click here to register. To learn more, visit, call 877-257-2100 or email For sponsorship opportunities, contact Lovell at 253-405-2661 or email

Participating industry organizations include:
● Automotive Service Association (ASA)
● Automotive Service Councils of California (ASCCA)
● ASA Ohio
● TST Training
● ASA Pennsylvania
● ASA Northwest
● Northwest Automotive Trades Association (NATA)
● ASA Texas
● ASA Illinois
● ASA Florida

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