Guest host and a shop tour with David Friend, Mobile Tech, Wilmington, NC. Get a tour of David's 50,000 sq ft building, including a training facility. He has been an early adapter of ADAS since 2015 and has a professional to professional auto supply business.
Key Talking Points
50,000 square foot facility with training facility included with 12 lifts 2 brick and mortar locations along with 2 mobile vans ILM Auto Supply- Professional to professional services. ILMautosupply.com to register. Aging technicians- finding a new role as mentor In the works- 2-year apprentice program based on STEM program, generalized foundation to build on, using aftermarket and OEM equipment etc ADAS- early adopter in 2015/2016 “Adapt and Overcome”
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This is a 2-part article out of GEARS Magazine, a transmission trade publication from June 2015. It's written by a retired multi-transmission shop owner by the name of Thom Tschetter. He still writes for the magazine. He used to own 10 transmission shops in the greater Seattle area before he retired. I think it's sound advice. The title for the article is When Enough Is Enough. The article revolves around 3 crucial questions regarding retirement...
Have I had enough? Do I have enough? Will I have enough to do? Here are links to the article:
When Enough Is Enough; part 1
When Enough Is Enough; part 2
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