Posted on March 4th, 2019
Aim is hosting an exclusive webinar for decision makers and business owners looking to decrease your expenses and liability through restructuring. We have the experts on hand to advise you on how you can benefit. Andrew K. Light and Ronald J. Morelock, both legal partners at Law Firm of Scopelitis, Garvin, Light, Hanson & Feary will be hosting this hour long webinar, including an open Question and Answer segment. This firm offers advice and counsel to more than 5,000 transportation-related clients in the 48 contiguous states.
Do any of these apply to you? If so, this webinar will have some valuable information you don’t want to miss:
- Are you already leasing commercial vehicles? If so you there may be breaks you are missing.
- Are you running your own shop? If so you may be exempt on paying tax on parts and services.
- Are you operating in a state with tax benefits you’re unaware of?
- Are you interested in increased liability protection for your operation?
- There’s more… Join us to hear about the savings and benefits available to you.
When: Thursday, March 14th at 2:00PM EST
Who: Tax Attorney’s Andrew K. Light and Ronald J. Morelock
Why: Increased revenue and decreased liability for your company
How: Register HERE (an Outlook Calendar Invitation will be sent to you after you register)
We look forward to your participation!
Posted on July 31st, 2018
Aim driver Arnold Comer doesn’t wear a cape, but perhaps he should.
Recently, while heading north on I-75 in Florida, he noticed an elderly woman walking in the lanes of the interstate. He and another driver immediately stopped their vehicles and managed to use their trucks to shield the woman from traffic; at which point, Comer and the other driver jumped out and helped the woman to the side of the road, out of immediate danger.
Then, in what was no less than a stroke of luck, driving behind Comer was a nurse who immediately recognized the woman, as she is a regular patient at the doctor’s office where she works.
The nurse took the woman back to the office and helped get the woman safely back in the care of her family.
Comer said it appeared the woman had been outside for a prolonged amount of time, as she was drenched in sweat.
Had it not been for the swift and decisive action of Comer and the other individuals involved, this story may not have had such a happy ending.
Great job Arnold! Aim is proud to have you on our team!
Posted on May 22nd, 2018
ROMEOVILLE, IL – Aim in Romeoville, IL, opened its shop last week for an open house that invited our valued area customers and vendors, as well as anyone interested, to come and learn more about our operation and meet the faces behind the scenes.
Attendees enjoyed great weather while touring the facility, eating lunch and getting to know more about Aim and each other’s respective industries.
Along with our appreciated partners, Aim President and Owner Tom Fleming, Aim Executive Vice President of Sales Matt Svancara and Aim Regional Vice President of Sales Tim Hanley were in attendance.
“As always, our customers and prospects enjoyed meeting and speaking with our local staff and upper management,” Hanley said. “These events are a great way for our current customers to learn more about how we operate, and it’s also the perfect no-pressure, relaxed environment for would-be customers to come talk to us and learn about the company and what we can do for them.”
Aim would like to thank all who attended, as we always relish the opportunity to spend time with our partners and community members.
If you would like to learn more about how working with Aim can help you control the cost of your transportation operation and increase the uptime of your fleet, visit our website, www.aimntls.com and use the Request Quote button.
Posted on November 3rd, 2017
Aim’s annual service managers meeting was held again this year at the Meadows Casino. The meeting was kicked off by Tom Fleming and Terry Dimascio. This was followed by a great presentation on Technician Retention by guest speaker Kelly Anderson, President of Impact Solutions Inc. Next up were several presentations covering Uber, Tires, Emissions, GHG Mandates, ELD, Engine Electronic alerts and more. The day concluded with our awards dinner where the following awards were presented.
Region 1 Service Manager of The Year 2017 – Bob Komarnisky
Region 2 Service Manager of The Year 2017 – Justin Keeler
Region 3 Service Manager of The Year 2017 – Mike Brochu
Region 4 Service Manager of The Year 2017 – Mark Szpara
Region 5 Service Manager of The Year 2017 – Phil Vicinanza
Region 8 Service Manager of The Year 2017 – Dan Fein
Region 99 Service Manager of The Year 2017 –Marcus Hawk
Regional Director of The Year 2017 – Nick Martin
Regional Director of The Year 2017 – LeRoy Casali
The Exceptional Effort Award 2017 - Chris Wilson
Thursday was highlighted by our vendor roundtables, where Volvo, Cummins, Detroit/Freightliner, Navistar, Thermo King and Imperial all did small group presentations on current product issues and future products coming out. The meetings ended with our always lively shop-talk conversation, and the night concluded with the always popular vendor fair, where the service managers got to talk one-on-one with all our major suppliers.
On Friday, the meeting started with sales and maintenance having a very constructive conversation on opportunities both groups are facing. The meeting concluded with the Survivor Service Manager Challenge; our winners are: 1st place is Chris Church, 2nd place is JP Sheehan, 3rd place is Tony Morris.