Register Your National Car Care Month Vehicle Check-Up Event on www.carcare.org

Register Your National Car Care Month Vehicle Check-Up Event on www.carcare.org

The Car Care Council announces that organizations can register their 2007 National Car Care Month vehicle check events on the Council's website. Each year National Car Care Month vehicle check events are conducted nationwide by independent repair shops and auto parts stores as well as vocational schools.

The Car Care Council announces that organizations can register their 2007 National Car Care Month vehicle check events on the Council’s website at www.carcare.org.

“The National Car Care Month event locator is very popular with motorists who visit the Car Care Council website,” said Rich White, executive director of the Car Care Council. “With more than 150,000 visitors each month, www.carcare.org is the ‘go to’ place to find vehicle check events throughout the country.”

Each year National Car Care Month vehicle check events are conducted nationwide by independent repair shops and auto parts stores as well as vocational schools.

“Major distributors to small, independent service shops have realized how the ‘Be Car Care Aware’ campaign, and more specifically, National Car Care Month, can help their businesses,” said White.

To help organizations conduct vehicle check events, the Council has created tools to enhance their efforts, including a newly updated “How To” DVD/CD and the one-of-its-kind Car Care Guide. In addition, visitors to the industry section of the Council’s site will find “Be Car Care Aware” point-of-sale starter kits and a virtual store of fashionable apparel and premium items are available for purchase.

The Car Care Council is the source of information for the “Be Car Care Aware” campaign, educating consumers about the benefits of regular vehicle care, maintenance and repair. For more information about the “Be Car Care Aware” campaign, visit the Car Care Council website at www.carcare.org.

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