ARMO will conduct a general membership meeting, open to all ARMO members. This is the best opportunity to interact with your select committee.
ARMO will conduct a general membership meeting, open to all ARMO members. This is the best opportunity to interact with your select committee. If you are wondering how to gain the most from your membership, join us to learn more about the programs and benefits available to you. It's an early call-we'll have plenty of coffee and danishes to start your day.
One of ARMO's primary goals for members is education, and the Builder's Roundtable is one of the best ways you can stay informed about the issues facing your industry.
One of ARMO's primary goals for members is education, and the Builder's Roundtable is one of the best ways you can stay informed about the issues facing your industry. This year's event will be moderated by Tom Shay. Geared toward small business and shop owners, the discussion is another venue for companies to exchange challenges, opportunities and solutions.
The Automotive Restoration Market Organization (ARMO) welcomes two new volunteers to the Select Committee as a result of this year’s election cycle. Ben Tucker is vice president of Camaro Central and Muscle Car Industries, two companies that specialize in Camaro and Firebird restoration parts. Mark Cotter is in charge of sales and new-product development at Repops, a manufacturer of reproduction parts for classic musclecars. SEMA Member News recently asked both of them what they are looking forward to in their “freshman” terms on the Select Committee. Cotter was literally on the run and had to be brief with his responses. Nonetheless, he assured us that he is anxious to see how to best serve the restoration market through the ARMO council.