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ASE Adds 50th-Anniversary Materials To Online Toolkit


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In celebration of its 50th anniversary, the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) has made available free downloadable communications materials and creative assets to help industry organizations take part in ASE’s yearlong celebration.

Designed as a one-stop web portal, the online ASE toolkit gives repair shops, parts suppliers and industry organizations access to ASE marketing assets for use in their own communications.

The web-based toolkit features a special 50th-anniversary

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that includes logos, email and press-release templates, social media and infographics, plus posters, handouts and other digital assets.

To view the ASE 50th-anniversary toolkit, visit

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