As part of the National Coffee Day celebrations, the MEMA Aftermarket Suppliers Modern Industry eXpertise (MiX) networking group is set to present a special “Brewing Brilliance: National Coffee Day with Industry GOATs” webinar
This insightful event will feature conversations with some of the aftermarket industry’s most iconic figures: Bill Long, president and CEO of MEMA; Larry Pavey, CEO of the Automotive Parts Services Group; and John Washbish, president and CEO of Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance, Inc.
“Don’t miss the chance to be part of an extraordinary coffee gathering as we celebrate National Coffee Day and unite to honor the UAF Coffee Club. The highlight of the session promises to be a can’t-miss roundtable discussion featuring industry GOATs,” the signup page says.
Scheduled for Sept. 29 at 11 a.m. ET, this digital gathering will not only serve as an enriching roundtable discussion but will also support the University of the Aftermarket Foundation (UAF) and its Coffee Club campaign. Attendees can expect to gain deep insights as the panelists share experiences regarding their formative influences, unique career journeys, innovative approaches, and their perspectives on the future of the industry.
“One of the primary objectives of the MiX council is to give younger aftermarket employees a voice about future aftermarket challenges while also providing development opportunities,” said Ryan Devine, AAP, MiX chairman. “Our upcoming Brewing Brilliance webinar will give the entire industry the opportunity to hear how aftermarket legends navigated their careers and what they feel will be critical moving into the future.”
“We want to thank MiX for hosting this one-of-kind webinar as a way to promote the UAF Coffee Club and to give the aftermarket the chance to hear from three of the greatest to ever work in our industry,” said Todd Hack, MAAP, chairman, UAF Coffee Club work group. “This is a terrific opportunity to gain incredible insight and knowledge, and also ‘pour it forward’ to support the University of the Aftermarket Foundation and its educational mission.”
The “Brewing Brilliance” webinar is open to all industry members, who can register here.
Furthermore, to support the University of the Aftermarket Foundation’s noble cause in offering scholarships and educational programs for budding aftermarket professionals, one can join the UAF Coffee Club at www.uofa-foundation.org/coffeeclub or by texting COFFEE to 53-555. All donations made to the University of the Aftermarket Foundation, a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, are tax-deductible as per the law.
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