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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.

Ed Attanasio

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I love writing about technicians, painters and other collision repair professionals who invent tools or products to make their jobs and lives easier.

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When I got my first writing assignment from Autobody News in 2006, I was excited.

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When it comes to repairing EVs, there are auto body shop owners out there who look at them differently.

Wednesday, 01 September 2021 20:34

Are Some Major Players Getting Cold Feet About SEMA?

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With a rise in COVID-19 cases in Clark County and the State of Nevada’s indoor facemask mandate again in full force, there are understandably some concerns among collision repair-related companies about whether or not to participate in the 2021 SEMA Show.

Tuesday, 31 August 2021 17:04

Ed Attanasio - Columnist Testimonial

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We asked Autobody News Columnist Ed Attanasio why he enjoys writing for the collision repair industry.

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It happens every day at a busy shop. You are finishing a repair, and everything is going smoothly, and then you realize you don’t have the correct retainers and clips to complete the job.

Tuesday, 10 August 2021 18:15

New Hall, New Beginning, New SEMA Show

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In 2020, SEMA had to reinvent itself, and the result was SEMA360, a completely virtual show that performed surprisingly well despite all the obstacles.

Tuesday, 10 August 2021 16:00

Where Film and Auto Body Shops Collide

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A few years back, a British company produced a comedy series about life in an auto body shop that dealt with all of the crazy and wacky things that can happen in this industry.

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An Australian-based advanced software company that develops immersive technology solutions for training and information delivery in the automotive and trade sectors has been getting rave reviews from students and teachers worldwide.

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I think everyone can agree a well-designed car is a piece of art, like a Donatello or a Rodin.

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