WrenchWay Blog2023-02-21T13:04:50-05:00

Foundations for Attracting Technicians ft. Murray Voth, RPM Training

Should shops pay technicians for their inspection time? Tune into this week’s episode to hear Murray Voth, President of RPM Training, answer the “tough” questions, discuss what it means for your shop to be a thought influencer in the community, and cover the importance of identifying your strengths and weaknesses.

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Building a Successful Shop ft. Josh Sellers, Auto Express of Hamilton

As the Owner of Auto Express of Hamilton, Josh Sellers has grown a lot and is still growing from his experiences. Tune into this episode to hear some lessons he has learned during customer interactions, find out the importance of listening to your staff and peers, and gain tips for

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WrenchWay Schedules 1st Round of Local Chapter Meetings

WrenchWay has scheduled the first meetings for their Local Chapters. The Local Chapter meetings will run much like an advisory committee meeting, except with multiple schools and shops coming together to discuss where they can support one another more. Topics for the meetings include: Review open requests from schools on


Becoming a Great Place to Work ft. Eric Chester, The Center for Work Ethic Development

Episode Description The workforce has changed since generation “why” grew up and stopped conforming to yesterday’s habits. Eric Chester, Founder of The Center for Work Ethic Development and author of several leadership books, understands this more than most. Listen in on this episode to learn more about what it means

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Journey of an Auto Technician ft. Russell Wickham, Country II

Episode Description From starting out with a career in journalism to now being a technician, Russell Wickham has had a unique journey. In this episode, Russell breaks down his career path, stresses the importance of having a positive attitude, and offers his advice to shops that are struggling to recruit

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WrenchWay to Launch Local Chapters Across the U.S.

WrenchWay is excited to announce that we will launch Local Chapters across the country starting in 11 cities starting in April! WrenchWay Local Chapters bring together the best shops and dealerships with schools, technicians, and other industry professionals in cities across the country with the goal of promoting and improving


Females in the Automotive Industry ft. Jessica Toliuszis, Women in Auto Care

Episode Description Not only do we need more technicians in the industry, but there is also a massive shortage of females working in automotive. In this week’s episode, we are joined by Jessica Toliuszis, Chair of Women in Auto Care, to discuss tips for managing female technicians, barriers to entry

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Insurance for Independent Shops ft. Robert Steele, IGO Benefits

Episode Description Purchasing insurance is a complex need that the average shop owner doesn’t know enough about in order to make informed decisions. Tune into this week’s episode as Robert Steele, Founder & CEO of IGO Benefits, shares stories of his time in the NFL, talks about how he got

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Auto Racing in High School ft. Jonathan Eckelberg, High School Racing Association

Episode Description Racing is more than going fast and turning left. Students can gain real-life experience and technical skills by racing and being a part of a racing team. Jonathan Eckelberg, Director of the High School Racing Association (HSRA), understands the benefits of auto racing and has taken his family’s

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Transitioning from Technician to Shop Owner ft. Gabriel Christian, Import Performance

Episode Description Few technicians make the hard leap to shop owner. In this week’s episode, Gabriel Christian, Owner of Import Performance Auto Repair, walks us through his journey from technician to owner, discusses lessons he has learned while being in the industry, and stresses the impact of a good service

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