On Thursday, Sept. 21, the North Carolina Association of Collision and Autobody Repair (NCACAR) held a membership meeting at the Burlington Shrine Club.
The Independent Garage Owners of North Carolina (IGONC) hosted its 2017 Automotive Service and Technology Expo (ASTE) on Sept. 29--30 at the Embassy Suites and Convention Center in Cary, NC.
In September, the Automotive Aftermarket Association Southeast (AAAS) appointed a new Chairman of the Board of Trustees for the AAAS Employee Benefit Fund.
The Washington Metropolitan Auto Body Association (WMABA) announced the addition of West Virginia as a state it will represent within its membership territory, as the association also prepares to turn the mid-century mark of 50 years in operation.
With summer quickly coming to an end, the North Carolina Association of Collision and Autobody Repair (NCACAR) is gearing up to resume its quarterly meetings, training seminars and efforts to improve the collision repair industry in its state.
The Automotive Aftermarket Association of the Southeast (AAAS) hosted its 2017 Conference and Trade Show from June 8 -- June 11 at the Sandestin Village of Baytowne Wharf in Destin, FL.
The North Carolina Association of Collision and Autobody Repair (NCACAR) delivered exceptional value to its members in May with two highly anticipated training sessions, one on Structural Steel Repair and another focused on asTech and the importance of pre and post repair scanning.
ATI’s team joined in the festivities at WMABA’s 2017 Golf Tournament. (Left to right: Greg Enzler, Scott Harper, Barbara Keane, Chris Barrett)
On May 17, the Washington Metropolitan Auto Body Association (WMABA) held its 2017 Annual Golf Outing at the Heritage Hunt Golf and Country Club in Gainsville, VA.
In reaction to Senate Bill 544, proposed in West Virginia and reducing the consumer protections related to collision repair parts, the Washington Metropolitan Auto Body Association (WMABA) strongly urges representatives to vote “NO.”