The nonprofit TechForce Foundation is the title sponsor of the TMCFutureTech national student technician competition for the third straight year.
Auto technicians have a chance at a grand prize experience valued at $5,000 in Centric Parts’ new “Ultimate Summer Getaway” promotion, which runs Aug. 1 – Sept. 30, 2019.
The North Carolina Tire Dealers Association (NCTDA), Tire Industry Association (TIA) and the North Carolina Community Colleges are partnering to bring tire training to the masses in a program they hope becomes a nationwide model.
KYB Americas Corp. is ending the summer of 2019 with promotions that reward consumers and technicians.
The nonprofit TechForce Foundation will be the charity beneficiary of the opening night gala hosted by the Las Vegas Concours d’Elegance on Oct. 25, 2019.
Icahn Automotive Group LLC has expanded its technician recruitment program to schools in Arizona and New Jersey.
Pep Boys - Manny, Moe & Jack has awarded technician of the year honors to eight of its employees.
Looking for a go-to source for any career or talent search in the tire industry? Tire Talent Founder Mike Cioffi has created it.
More than 50 Young Auto Care Network Group (YANG) members overcame difficult wintry driving conditions to gather for a regional meeting hosted by the Auto-Wares Group of Companies on Feb. 7, 2019, in Grand Rapids, Mich.
There will be more training opportunities for technicians at the 2019 KOI Auto Parts-Federated Cavalcade of Customs, which is set for Jan. 11-13 at the Duke Energy Convention Center in Cincinnati, Ohio.
The nonprofit TechForce Foundation has selected five finalists in the 2018 Techs Rock Awards. The grand prize winner will be chosen through a public online vote. Voting closes on Dec. 18, 2018, at 4 p.m. PST.
The nonprofit TechForce Foundation has created the Techs Rock Awards to recognize professional technicians for excellence in their work and communities.
Tire dealers are feeling the heat. The big guys are growing bigger. Finding and keeping reliable technicians is getting more expensive. And technology is requiring more expensive shop upgrades. Doom and gloom? Dennis McCarron says no. "It’s not doom and gloom because this is awesome."