Breakfast with ARMO on Wednesday morning gave select committee members and members-at-large a chance to catch up on the latest council happenings and engage in conversation about industry issues that impact restoration businesses. Conversation also touched on key council initiatives. Among them, Take a Kid to a Car Show and the newest ARMO undertaking, Digital Matters, an ongoing series of articles on how restoration businesses can benefit from or improve their digital presence.
Providing resources through projects and education are essential elements of ARMO’s mission. And council activities during the Show highlighted this focus.
The ARMO display area on the Show floor, for instance, is more than just a showcase of pristine vintage vehicles. It’s also a means of demonstrating the vibrancy and longevity of the restoration industry, and it encourages interaction between attendees and ARMO Select Committee members on hand to talk about the benefits of council membership.
The Restoration Builder’s Panel, powered by ARMO, was also held on Wednesday. The ever-popular and always well-attended session featured a panel of top-tier builders. During the interactive session, panelists shared insights, tips and tactics on what it takes to become a successful builder, serving as yet another resource for restoration professionals.