AMI Announces 2015 Arrowhead 'High Octane' Scholarship Recipient -

AMI Announces 2015 Arrowhead ‘High Octane’ Scholarship Recipient

The Automotive Management Institute (AMI) - in conjunction with Arrowhead Automotive Aftermarket, a division of Arrowhead General Insurance - has announced the recipient of the Arrowhead Automotive Aftermarket "High Octane" scholarship. The recipient is Taylor Hill, service consultant, Larson's Service Inc., Peabody, Massachusetts.

AMI-Scholarship-Hill-239x300The Automotive Management Institute (AMI) – in conjunction with Arrowhead Automotive Aftermarket, a division of Arrowhead General Insurance – has announced the recipient of the Arrowhead Automotive Aftermarket “High Octane” scholarship. The recipient is Taylor Hill, service consultant, Larson’s Service Inc., Peabody, Massachusetts.

The scholarship recognizes a management-oriented member of the Automotive Service Association’s (ASA) mechanical division. The recipient receives $1,000 to be applied toward expenses to attend educational sessions and view the latest repair technologies and equipment during the Congress of Automotive Repair and Service (CARS), which takes place July 21-25 in Detroit.

Hill has worked in the automotive service industry for five years. She is an ASE C1 service consultant, Ask Patty-certified and recently completed the necessary requirements to earn the Institute’s Accredited Automotive Manager (AAM) designation. When not working in the shop, she contributes her time to various industry organizations.

“I am extremely honored to be the recipient of this scholarship from AMI and Arrowhead Automotive Specialty Market,” said Hill. “I’m excited this opportunity will allow me to take part in the abundance of quality training and networking opportunities available at CARS.”

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