Autobody News followed up with Sam Plumb, vice president of Alpine Auto Renovation, a single-location shop in Utah.
When the COVID-19 situation was first becoming more prevalent in the U.S., Sherwin-Williams realized the importance of offering educational content to the industry.
Collision repair industry associations around the country may take different stances on various matters, but one shared commonality is the intent of improving the businesses of their members.
In addition to the risk COVID-19 poses to people’s individual health, shop owners and personnel should also be aware that the global pandemic poses increased risks for cybercrime.
Bob Juniper, owner of Three-C Body Shop, Inc. in Columbus, OH, has always been a strong believer in marketing and advertising.
What steps are shops around the country taking to get work in the door? Here is a quick run-down of 10 ideas from 10 shops.
It was a bleak spring for many shops, but there have been some glimmers of hope for a better summer ahead.
Until recently, body shop customers typically brought in relatively clean cars for repair.
Detroit native John Stuef’s family was all-in when it came to the Motor City’s No. 1 industry.
When work slows down, shop owners need to get busy. Now isn’t the time to think there’s nothing you can do to respond to the current situation.
New York has been one of the areas hit hardest by the coronavirus pandemic, with more than 15,000 deaths from COVID-19.
Ashtin Kai Nandlal first heard about the collision repair program at Kingwood Park High School from his older brother.
Austin Bennett, 16, said he always had an interest in cars and trucks, but two years ago when he lost his best friend---his father---he knew he wanted to follow in his footsteps and become an auto collision technician.
Every auto tech student in the country is asking the same questions, and the answers aren’t forthcoming.