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Tuesday October 5

NJ MVC Chief Administrator Sharon Harrington to Address AASP/NJ

Sharon Harrington, the Chief Administrator of the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission (NJ MVC), will be the featured speaker at the Alliance of Automotive Service Professionals/New Jersey (AASP/NJ)’s annual meeting on October 14 at the Crown Plaza Hotel in Clark, NJ.

Ms. Harrington will be discussing the latest changes to the MVC and issues that effect AASP/NJ members, such as the State I/M program status and the Auto Body Licensing Law.

"We are very proud to be able to have Ms. Harrington come and speak to our members," said AASP/NJ President Bob Everett. "One of our main objectives is to be able to work closer with the lead officers of the state. That’s one way to ensure that we have input into new programs so that we can prevent problems from occurring in the future. Having someone in a position like Chief Administrator of the NJ MVC acknowledge us and make the effort to come and speak to us is a major step in reaching that objective."

Everett is expecting a record turnout for the meeting.

"This is an opportunity for all of the shops in the state to come out and ask questions that need to be answered," he stated. "Shops need to be aware of what’s going on today so they can be prepared for the future. This kind of access to someone who can answer those questions isn’t available that often. On October 14, shops need to take advantage of this unique opportunity and I think they will."

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