AAPEX Opens Noms for Service and Repair Awards

AAPEX Opens Nominations for Service and Repair Awards

An independent panel of shop owners will judge the nominations

AAPEX is accepting nominations for its annual Service and Repair Awards that honor industry professionals who perform above and beyond and demonstrate a commitment to training, as well as local, community, charitable and industry involvement.

The three prestigious awards are: Shop Owner of the Year, Service Advisor of the Year and Technician of the Year. Nominations are due by Thursday, Aug. 31, and may be completed on the AAPEX website. For questions, contact [email protected]

An independent panel of shop owners will judge the nominations. Award recipients will be recognized and honored during the AAPEX 2023 Keynote Session, which is scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 31, in Las Vegas.

The AAPEX Service and Repair Awards were established in 2020 to recognize and elevate the essential services provided by shop owners, service advisors and technicians to keep the motoring public on the road, even during challenging times.

In 2022, AAPEX awarded Shop Owner of the Year to Kristi Hudson, Donnie Hudson and Frank Hudson of Troy Auto Care in Troy, Michigan. The Service Advisor of the Year award went to Ray Christensen of J&L Automotive in Alpine, Utah, while the Technician of the Year was awarded to Brandon Sadler, shop foreman at American Pride Automotive in Williamsburg, Virginia. 

AAPEX 2023 will be held Tuesday, Oct. 31, through Thursday, Nov. 2, at The Venetian Expo in Las Vegas.AAPEX is co-owned by the Auto Care Association and MEMA, The Vehicle Suppliers Association. For more information, visit the AAPEX website or e-mail [email protected]. On social media, follow AAPEX at #AAPEX23.

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