The Alliance of Automotive Providers of New Jersey (AASP/NJ) congratulated Tom Elder, the association’s past president and current treasurer, who was elected vice president of the AASP national board during their semi-annual meeting in Las Vegas during the SEMA Show.
“I look forward to being a part of the Board and seeing if we can make a difference for our member shops throughout the country,” said Elder.
Elder is a longtime member of AASP/NJ and has been involved with local body associations since the 1980s. He is the owner/operator of Compact Kars, Inc. in Clarksburg.
“The new Executive Committee is made up of a group of stellar individuals with extensive experience and a commitment to advancing the industry. I am eager to work with them to strengthen AASP affiliates’ capacity to better serve the auto service and collision repair shops that we represent,” said Judell Anderson, administrator of AASP National.
AASP is a national association representing the automotive service industry in the United States. The New Jersey chapter is one of many across the nation. AASP was founded in 1999 by a coalition of state and regional organizations representing the industry. AASP affiliates represent over 8,000 automotive aftermarket businesses in 14 states.