Virtual Town Hall, Wednesday, March 25: COVID-19 and the Auto Care Industry as an ‘Essential Service’

As the industry deals with the spread of COVID-19, change is happening, disrupting daily operations, industries, workers and overwhelming our healthcare system. This Town Hall will provide important information for executives, managers and workers who conduct a wide range of operations and services to support the auto care industry.

Join the Auto Care Association tomorrow, March 25, from 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM EDT for a virtual Town Hall as we discuss COVID-19 and the auto care industry as an “essential service.”

Register for the webinar here.

As the industry deals with the spread of COVID-19, change is happening, disrupting daily operations, industries, workers and overwhelming our healthcare system. This Town Hall will provide important information for executives, managers and workers who conduct a wide range of operations and services to support the auto care industry. 

This Town Hall will provide:

  • Clarifying information from the federal government;
  • Updated information on state and municipal executive orders and regulations, and; 
  • What we’re doing at the Auto Care Association to effect change at the federal and state level. 

Bill Hanvey, president and CEO, Auto Care Association, will kick off this virtual town hall. Aaron Lowe, senior vice president, government and regulatory affairs, and Tom Tucker, director, state affairs, Auto Care Association, will lead the discussion.

Have a question you’d like to ask? Be sure to ask it in the box provided before the webinar begins and we’ll do our best to answer it live. Unanswered questions will be posted to the FAQ tab of our Coronavirus and the Aftermarket resources page on autocare.org/coronavirus

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