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ASA membership, is it worth it?

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Hello all,

 

We are trying to expand our customer base as business is slow now. In a addition to advertising through social media, we are exploring different automotive associations/groups to join.

 

I came across ASA (Automotive Service Association) and would like to know if anyone is already a member and if its worth it since membership itself is about $625/yr.

 

Do you get many customers or referrals from joining such organizations?

 

 

Any other suggestions?

 

Thanks in advance for your thoughts and opinions.

 

Nick

CA Auto Group

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