Fred Martin Superstore Employees Achieve AFIP Certification
BARBERTON- Fred Martin Superstore announces two employees have achieved Master level certification, and one Senior level certification from the Association of Finance and Insurance Professionals (AFIP). These certifications are awarded upon successful completion of a study course and rigorous exam that tests competency in compliant and ethical vehicle financing procedures. “These certifications from AFIP are important milestones in an automobile finance professional’s career. They demonstrate proficiency in conducting fair and legal vehicle sales transactions,” says Fred Martin Superstore President, Adam Huff. “This is a benefit to our customers, because they can trust that these individuals have been tested for knowledge of current state and federal regulations, while also pledging to adhere to AFIP’s Code of Ethics.”
The following professionals have earned their AFIP Certification: Mark Moore and Bob Bashoor, Master level; Jim Mooney, Senior level.
Fred Martin Superstore is located at 3195 Barber Rd., Barberton, OH, and is Ohio’s number one franchised used car dealer, as well as a leading seller of new Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram and Fiat brands. Fred Martin Superstore has over 300 employees working at the 20-acre Barber Road facility. With over 1500 vehicles available, Fred Martin Superstore has the area’s largest selection, and offers payment plans for everyone. Visit fredmartinsuperstore.com to see continuously changing inventory, or stop by the dealership for a unique buying experience.
Founded in 1989, the Association of Finance & Insurance Professionals (AFIP) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit association offering the AFIP Certified F&I Professional Program for individuals who arrange in-store funding and offer owner protection products for vehicle and motorized conveyances. Our certification program institutes a recognized level of competency with the state and federal regulations and enforces our established Code of Ethics. To date, AFIP has certified more than 50,000 individuals.