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Jay Abitz

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The Oil landscape is changing for shops, as pandemics has changed travel patterns and caused consumer spending on regular vehicle maintenance to fluctuate. On top of that, NEW GF-6 oil specifications-which went into place earlier this year-are causing shops to question what kind of oil they need to keep in stock. You need to find the right balance between giving your customers service and choice they expect, while still protecting your own bottom line. How can your shop reduce inventory, boost shop space, and ultimately boost profits? In this webinar, you will learn how one small addition to your shop shelves can give your customers more choice while reducing the SKUs you have to carry. Tomorrows Tech Today newsletter is your portal to relevant Technical content every School day. Now, your computer or smart device can be your virtual classroom. Youll get free, unlimited access to innovative, exciting and inspiring educational resources that will connect instructors, students and suppliers every day during the school year. In addition to Tomorrows Tech's massive library of printed and video resources providing comprehensive educational programming, from Collision Repair to engine building to updating information on tools and scanners, to the latest in TPMS and ADAS technology, we offer Technical articles and training videos that provide in-depth explanations of systems and procedures for nearly every segment of Automotive industry. Plus, each week we include informative posts and fun activities, such as MindGames-weekly series of games, crossword puzzles and pop quizzes. Tomorrow's technicians and Blasters are searching for Automotive technology instructors who think outside of the toolbox with the first-ever Blaster Instructor of Year program. Each month, we will share Automotive instructors stories who are in the running to be named Blaster Instructor of Year winner in May 2019. Instructors can enter Blaster Instructor of Year program at tomorrowstechnician. Com / Instructor-of-Year. Our third finalist shares how project building makes a difference in the classroom. Jay Abitz has been Automotive and Collision Repair Instructor at Freedom High School since 2007, taking over for his father Bob Abitz, who built a successful program for over 35 years. In 2008, he founded Freedom High School Auto Club, which serves students as positive after school activity. Abitz is involved in the SkillsUSA Collision Repair program, and is a 2-time state champion. Additionally, he has been a member of the National Education Team for Collision Repair since 2007 and serves on the Collision Repair Advisory Committee for Fox Valley Technical College. Abitz is a former Freedom High School graduate and started his education in Collision Repair at Fox Valley Technical College. He also earned a bachelor's degree in technology Education from University of Wisconsin Stout and a master in Education in instructional technology from Cardinal Stritch University. My students have complete lot of different engine modifications and swaps, custom paint and body work, and thousands of hours of work. We have even customized a few motorcycles along the way.

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