HUNT VALLEY, MD, June 7, 2021 – Armatus Dealer Uplift, the industry leader in retail warranty reimbursement submissions, today announced that the Tennessee Automotive Association (TAA) has named Armatus as the exclusive endorsed partner for Retail Warranty Reimbursement services for the TAA membership.
“Public Chapter 277 is an important development for Tennessee dealers. It is intended to ensure our state’s dealers are reimbursed accurately and compensated fairly for warranty and recall repair parts. In the opinion of the TAA Endorsements Committee, Armatus Dealer Uplift has the experience, technology and expertise to best serve Tennessee dealers as Public Chapter 277 takes effect on July 1, 2021,” stated Bob Weaver, President of the Tennessee Automotive Association.
The Armatus team is ready to put its expertise in Retail Warranty Reimbursement to work for Tennessee dealers. “Receiving the endorsement from TAA is very important to us”, said Joe Jankowski, Managing Member of Armatus Dealer Uplift, “The new law ensures there is an even playing field between Tennessee dealers and the manufacturers; we are anxious to assist the dealers in achieving fair market reimbursement for their warranty claims.”
Armatus is committed to securing fair and reasonable market-rate warranty compensation for its clients and is the industry’s only fully outsourced retail warranty parts and labor reimbursement submission service. Armatus’ knowledge of statutes, manufacturers’ protocols and profit optimization are unequalled.
About Armatus Dealer Uplift
Headquartered in Hunt Valley, Maryland, Armatus Dealer Uplift is the industry leader specializing solely in Retail Warranty Reimbursement submissions with over 8,000 approvals in 50 states with 29 manufacturers. Armatus is endorsed/licensed by 18 state Automotive Dealer Associations nationwide and has been instrumental in consulting on new retail reimbursement legislation in 12 states. Learn more about Armatus at www.dealeruplift.com
The mission of the Tennessee Automotive Association (TAA) is to protect, promote and advance the welfare of its members: retail car, truck and RV dealers, valued associate and finance members, and all of its members’ customers. By helping its members speak with one voice, TAA enhances the effectiveness and success of each. TAA is an active participant at the meetings of the Tennessee Motor Vehicle Commission, and works closely with other state agencies such as the Departments of Revenue, Commerce & Insurance, and Environment & Conservation, as well as the state Office of Attorneys General and the Division of Consumer Protection.
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Roberts V. Weaver, Jr