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Auto Service Professionals Earn ASE Honors

Posted on November 22, 2019

Fifty-three automotive service professionals were honored during the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence’s (ASE) recent Fall Board of Governors meeting.

More than 40 companies from both the original equipment and automotive aftermarket segments sponsored individual technician awards in the auto, truck, collision, bus, parts and service categories, along with awards for instructors. Award sponsors considered top scores on ASE tests, on-the-job excellence and community service when selecting recipients.

“ASE has recognized the best of the best in our industry for more than 40 years,” says Tim Zilke, ASE president and CEO, “and this year we honored 53 outstanding individuals from across the nation. We couldn’t do this without the support of our award sponsors, who included some of the best-known names in the industry. Their commitment to excellence is reflected in the talented individuals receiving these awards.”

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