Valued at more than $6,000, the annual scholarship gives two individuals the opportunity to participate in one of the most highly regarded leadership development programs available to the auto care industry’s next generation of leaders.
During the summit, Auto Care Association members from across the country will meet with their members of Congress to educate these key decision-makers on the independent aftermarket and its most critical policy priorities.
While the Auto Care Association supports the Trump administration’s efforts to address China’s unfair trade practices and is encouraged by recent progress made through trade talks, they oppose the use of tariffs as a negotiating strategy.
The Auto Care Association today announced Mike Tanner as director, vehicle communications. In this role, he serves as the association’s lead technical subject matter expert for vehicle connectivity related projects and initiatives.