ASA Launches New Legislative Website

ASA Launches New Legislative Website

The new website is more user-friendly and designed to move information quickly to members and to policymakers. ASA members are encouraged to visit the newly designed site and sign up for free legislative alerts.

The Automotive Service Association (ASA) has provided independent repairers access to a web-based advocacy program at the federal and state levels for a number of years. After researching various online advocacy programs, ASA has been working to remodel its legislative and regulatory website, www.TakingTheHill.com. The new website is more user-friendly and designed to move information quickly to members and to policymakers. ASA members are encouraged to visit the newly designed site and sign up for free legislative alerts.
            

“With our Washington, D.C., office on Capitol Hill looking out for repairers, the industry looks to ASA for grassroots advocacy and information. Redesigning this site is one more step in the association’s commitment to provide members with the tools they need to stay informed and be heard on Capitol Hill,” said Angie Wilson, ASA’s vice president of marketing and communications.
 

The TakingTheHill.com website redesign was donated by Autoshop Solutions, the website design and Internet marketing agency that recently redesigned ASA’s main website, www.ASAshop.org. “It was great working with the ASA team again, this time to launch the legislative website,” said Margaret Klemmer, vice president of operations at Autoshop Solutions. “We spent time collaborating with the ASA team in Washington to develop a site that provides a clean navigation and design with featured posts on the home page. We also brought the toolbox components front and center, making it easy for ASA members to take action on the site.”


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