USA Appliance Repair Association Event in Boise Designed to Enhance Technical Knowledge and Business Management Skills
Large companies and one-man shops gather together to network and learn from each other
The ASTI Convention was a great success and members are eagerly looking forward to the RSM appliance repair association trade show event in November. This trade show conference stands out from the others as it is committed to improving the appliance repair industry as a whole. When like-minded business owners and managers gather to share ideas and attend classes, they take away something of value to apply to their growing business.
One person who thought giving up a weekend to attend an appliance repair trade show would be a waste of his time discovered great value and wrote the following review:
“I thought a trade show/conference for the appliance repair industry would be a waste of my time…I have to admit that I couldn't have been more wrong.
I took a bunch of business classes and a couple technical classes. While I learned quite a bit in the classes, and got a lot of new ideas to try in my business, I was surprised to discover that the most valuable thing I took away was the support and friendships I formed with some of my peers.
There were people from all aspects of this industry attending. At first, I felt a little insignificant compared to some of these folks who are running 5-10 techs, but there were also quite a few one and two men shops, as well as technicians employed by other people. By the end, I felt very warmly received, even by the most prestigious members of the USA. It seemed like the board members in the white shirts were never too busy to talk to me and encourage me.
Unexpectedly, the biggest thing I took away from this convention was the inspiration that I received from these people to make my business more successful and professional.”
Bob Wennerstrom, Owner of Blue Streak Inc.(New 2012 Member of USA)
The appliance repair association is a community of small business owners that benefit from greater communication and sharing. Every year, the United Servicers Association (www.unitedservicers.com/) hears of the success of its members who commit to being a part of the trade association. Many realize that they are stronger when they don’t stand alone.
The United Servicers Association is dedicated to sharing knowledge to strengthen their members and make the appliance service industry better and stronger as a whole. Two very important tactics for delivering on that idea are Peer Groups and the Appliance Service Training Institute (ASTI).
The Regional Service Meeting is a two-day workshop focused on bringing appliance repair technicians together to view the newest models and learn the latest repair techniques. The registration fee includes meals, training materials and a membership to the United Servicers Association. The workshop takes place on November 7 & 8 at the Holiday Inn Boise Airport; 2970 Elder St; Boise, ID 83705. Visit http://appliancerepairtraining.org/ to learn more.
About United Servicers Association:
The United Servicers Association is a non-profit trade association for servicers by servicers. Their mission and purpose is to develop and provide services and programs intended to assist members in building strong businesses in North America’s competitive environment. Services include educational programs, manufacturer relations, management, marketing and operational programs, Peer Group formation and facilitation.
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