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Ed Attanasio

Ed Attanasio is an automotive journalist based in San Francisco. Ed enjoys sports of all kinds and is a part time stand-up comedian.

 

He can be reached at era39@aol.com.

Some people love to donate to their favorite causes and support charities and nonprofit organizations they believe in. But, what would you do if someone needed a kidney?

How many bumper covers, fender liners and plastic shields are currently sitting in the middle of the road in this country?

Ed Attanasio started our "Day Job/Night Job" column here at Autobody News in 2017, writing stories about people in the collision repair industry who have amazing sidelines and second careers as musicians, artists, authors, performers---even a technician with a world-class Frisbee dog.

As part of WD-40 Company’s ongoing effort to create homes for deserving individuals and families, WD-40® Brand donated 50 cents to Habitat for Humanity® for every 12 oz. can of WD-40® Smart Straw® sold at participating Lowe’s Home Improvement stores through April. 

At Mike’s Auto Body, their motto during this pandemic is “It’s not a slow time…it’s go time!”

The pandemic has impacted tech schools throughout the country as they adapt to a whole new world.

Bob Juniper, owner of Three-C Body Shop, Inc. in Columbus, OH, has always been a strong believer in marketing and advertising.

Detroit native John Stuef’s family was all-in when it came to the Motor City’s No. 1 industry.

Every auto tech student in the country is asking the same questions, and the answers aren’t forthcoming.

A lot of body shop owners end up being landlords, and sometimes it can be a pain in the you-know-what.

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