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Since announcing his campaign to run for North Carolina Insurance Commissioner, collision repair industry veteran Mike Causey has spoken at a variety of venues across his state, including several industry events.

HUNTINGTON - The following information was provided by reports from the Cabell County Sheriff's Office:

Service King Collision Repair Centers® has announced the opening of its eighth Atlanta area location.

Wednesday, 05 October 2016 17:40

Autobody Advantage Breast Cancer Fundraiser, ‘Boo for Boobs’ Event Returns

Written by Quint Qualls, The Spring Hill Home Page

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Autobody Advantage plans to once again spend the entire month of October dedicating profits to the Tennessee Breast Cancer Coalition, a nonprofit that assists patients with everything from electric bills, prescriptions and insurance co-pays to rent and mortgage payments.

Tuesday, 04 October 2016 20:53

Norfolk Firefighters Battle Fire at Auto Parts Store

Written by Amir Vera, The Virginian-Pilot


Norfolk firefighters responded to the 2500 block of Granby St. Saturday, Oct. 1, 2016, for reports of a fire at Advantage Auto Parts Store and Warehouse.

Source: Norfolk Fire-Rescue

NORFOLK, VA- A fire erupted at an auto parts store on October 1.


Gerber Collision & Glass has announced the September 7 opening of a collision repair center in Sebastian, Florida.

Building Homes for Heroes® and Advance Auto Parts, Inc. have announced a donation of $2.1 million, which will be used by Building Homes for Heroes to build or modify homes that will be gifted, mortgage-free, to veterans who were injured during the time of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

BASF distributor Albert Kemperle, Inc. has expanded its distribution of BASF Automotive Refinish paint brands Glasurit®, R-M® and Limco® in Florida.

First Acceptance Corporation (FAC) has announced the addition of Ray Albertini as the company's senior vice president of claims operations.


When you think of auto body shops and mechanics, most of us think of that as being a man’s job. But one local woman is changing that concept entirely.

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