FullSpeed Automotive™ Announces Staff Appointment to AOCA’s Board of Directors
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FullSpeed Automotive™ Announces Staff Appointment to AOCA’s Board of Directors

July 14, 2020 // Franchising.com // Greenwood Village, CO - FullSpeed Automotive™ today announced the appointment of Tom Staker, its International Director of New Services & Training, to the Automotive Oil Change Association (AOCA) board of directors.

“AOCA is the industry leader in providing expert technical training to the convenient automotive service industry. Their commitment to education aligns with my background and interest in automotive training and advocacy, and I am honored and humbled to expand upon my impact in this new role by joining their team of esteemed directors,” stated Staker.

Prior to this role, Staker served on AOCA’s Governmental Affairs Committee providing counsel on regulatory issues and representing the industry in Washington DC. Staker’s contributions to the oil change, tires and automotive repair industries span more than 40 years covering various management, ownership, and executive leadership roles.

About FullSpeed Automotive

FullSpeed Automotive is a leading automotive aftermarket services platform offering oil changes, tire sales and rotations, brake services, car washes and other ancillary services through multiple brand formats that target several highly attractive segments of the service market. The Company’s strategic geographic footprint of over 560 franchised and company owned locations provide density in high growth markets. FullSpeed supports two core brand platforms under the Grease Monkey® and SpeeDee brands. FullSpeed Automotive is headquartered in Greenwood Village, Colorado.

About the Automotive Oil Change Association

The Automotive Oil Change Association (AOCA) is a non-profit trade organization with more than 600 members representing over 4,500 auto maintenance centers throughout the United States, Mexico, Canada, and many other countries around the world. The association was founded in 1987 to represent the convenient automotive service industry, and its mission is to provide its members with the business tools, resources and education to professionally and successfully deliver convenient automotive oil changes and other preventive maintenance services. AOCA is dedicated to enhancing the competency of fast lube owners, educating the public about the benefits of preventive automotive maintenance, and maintaining a favorable business environment for the industry. AOCA members adhere to a Code of Ethics and a standard of service excellence. In addition, AOCA provides counsel on legislative and regulatory issues, represents the industry on Capitol Hill, develops research data on the convenient auto service market, and makes available a wide variety of business products and services to help members improve business operations.

SOURCE FullSpeed Automotive



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