Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in Arizona, Utah, Arkansas, Colorado, Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Louisiana
With a full fleet, Elite Electronics is able to respond quickly when their customers call, which include MSOs such as ABRA, Service King, Gerber Collision and Caliber Collision.
After the economic implosion of 2008, many body shops decided to add mechanical repair to their menus of services and quickly found out it wasn't quite that easy.
Mike Jones lectured on the importance of seeking clarity in order to improve communication at the 2017 WIN Educational Conference.
On May 10, Discover Leadership Training's President Mike Jones presented "Creating a Better Version of Yourself" during the last day of WIN's 2017 Educational Conference.
Service King Collision Repair Centers raised $45,000 for The Arbor School as part of the collision repair organization’s 7th Annual Houston Charity Golf Tournament in Texas.
If enacted, the Automotive Service Association (ASA) said this bill would dismantle Texas’s safety inspection program...
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Pounding storms across the Ozarks brought down massive hail in Omaha, Arkansas that smashed windows, cars, and buildings.
(L-R) Steve Grimshaw CEO - Caliber Collision, Mark D’Angelo, FinishMaster, Dave Smith, SVP, Supply Chain Strategy – Caliber Collision, and Tim Walsh, CEO - AutoWorks
Caliber Collision teammates, partners and friends played their hearts out at the 2nd annual Caliber Classic and raised more than $100,000 to help the American Heart Association fight heart disease.
Gerber Collision & Glass has announced the April 27, 2017 opening of a collision repair location in Orem, Utah.
Cambridge Automotive Group (CAG) has acquired an existing Maaco location in Austin, TX.
The Women's Industry Network (WIN) honored their 2017 Most Influential Women (MIW) and the association's 2017 Scholarship recipients on the evening of May 9 with a Recognition Ceremony and MIW Gala Reception during WIN's 2017 Educational Conference at the Westin Denver Downtown in CO.
The second day of WIN's 2017 Educational Conference got started with the association's annual WIN Scholarship Industry Walk as a wave of blue and gold flooded the 16th Street Mall in Denver to raise funds for their Scholarship Fund.
The 2017 Women's Industry Network (WIN) Educational Conference, "Be Extraordinary with Balance, Purpose and Results," began energetically on Monday, May 8 with a Registration Reception and New Member Orientation, followed by the Opening General Session and WIN Welcome.
Clinton Isaac was hoping to get his bumper fixed when he brought it to Montview Auto Body in Aurora, CO, but instead, he says the TV screen inside his car was stolen.
Dan Roman – Collision Student (dark blue shirt), Keith Schieffer - UTI Instructor (maroon shirt), Dr. Claude Toland - Education Director (black shirt) & David Sydnor – Collision Education Manager (light blue shirt)
Juggling a job while obtaining an education poses a stumbling block for many students.
Foster worked on Varley’s 1980 Ford Mustang, “The Gold Car” for the Street Outlaws series.
In Edmond, Oklahoma, Dave Foster recalls growing up in the 1990s during the mini truck era, learning about vehicles while shaving door handles and disassembling trucks.