This Friday, NARS 2012 kick-offs off, and the American Recovery Association is excited to host professionals from the recovery and remarketing and lending industry for this monumental event! Here are some reminders to make the most of your NARS experience. (more…)
Next week is NARS 2012! Are you ready for the big event? Here are 5 things you need to know: (more…)
More than 400 people have registered to attend the 2012 North American Repossessors Summit (NARS) next week. Are you one of them? The last spots are going quickly, so register now! (more…)
This week, we attended the AFSA Vehicle Finance Conference and Exposition in Las Vegas where ARMS was introduced to the lending community. We had the opportunity to talk to the decision makers at the conference and the event was a great success. We’ll give a full recap next week, but until then, check out our new ARMS banner. (more…)
Summit Takes Participants to NARS 2012 Boot Camp to Adapt to Survive in a Changing Industry (more…)
We’d like to introduce our members to DRN’s new CEO, Chris Metaxas. We recently interviewed him to learn more about him and discuss the issues and improvements everyone should expect to see with DRN. (more…)
American Recovery Association’s New Member-Owned Company Sets New Benchmark and Standards for the Recovery Industry (more…)
The U.S. Department of Transportation’s new ban on handheld cell phones for commercial drivers went into effect yesterday for all interstate travel, extending to holding, dialing and reaching for cell phones while driving. Hands-free devices will still be allowed. Violators face federal civil penalties of up to $2,750 for each offense and the loss of their commercial driver’s license for multiple offenses. Trucking and bus companies that allow their drivers to use handheld cell phones could pay as much as $11,000 in fines.