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You’ve filled your collision center with the latest in equipment and technology, trained your techs and ensured your shop is up-to-date with safety guidelines. What else can you do to establish a reputation for having a professional facility?
Industry veteran Greg Marion said he has found the missing link to solve an age-old industry challenge: how to efficiently evaluate and realign damaged vehicle body and frame structures.
Jay Perry, owner of Ally Business Coaching and co-author of Success Manifesto
Most body shops would agree that excellent leadership is critical to running a successful business.
Carl Swope, owner of the Swope Family of Dealerships, in Elizabethtown, Kentucky
Earlier this year, Carl Swope learned he received the 2017 Time Dealer of the Year Award during the National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) Convention in New Orleans.
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.
Mike Anderson, president of Collision Advice
One of the hot topics in the collision repair industry over the past several years is the importance of conducting a pre- and post-repair scan.
Jordan Wincek, the lead painter at Nagy’s Green location in Akron, Ohio
Based in Ohio, Nagy's Collision Centers is an award-winning family-owned collision repair facility.
Finding the right person to hire at your body shop can make a huge difference to the success of your business.
(From left) Javier Valencia, a campus admissions representative from UTI, with James Lobaton, Alan Aldana and Jorge Grajeda
The headquarters at Pro Spot International in Carlsbad, CA, was busier than usual in March when the company hosted a Collision Repair Education Foundation (CREF) career fair.
The reception/showroom area has various memorabilia items on display such as vintage gas pumps, air meters, juke boxes, die cast collectible tractors and cars, and neon signs
When Warren Storm built his dream body shop in South Dakota in 2009, he bought a canopy from a Casey’s gas station that had closed.
Collision repair students across the country will soon have the opportunity to sign up and take I-CAR classes at a technical school or college in their local area.
There are more than 52 employees at the award-winning collision center
Lexus Toyota Carlsbad Collision Center in greater San Diego recently received the prestigious Lexus, Toyota certified shop of the year award.
Randy Sattler, manager of Rydell Collision Center in North Dakota
Fourteen and a half years ago, Randy Sattler came to work at Rydell GM Auto Center in Grand Forks, North Dakota.