The winner of the 2019 prize - a Spanesi Touch Electronic Measuring System, including one year of Spanesi Touch Electronic Measuring System vehicle data – was Josh Shaw of Shannon’s Auto Body in Brainerd, MN. The collision center was started by Shannon Christian in 1996 and has grown into a 17,000 sq. ft. facility with 20 employees who seek to utilize the latest in auto repair technology.
"Being involved with SCRS in a capacity of offering this prize experience is something we always see as an opportunity to give back to an industry that continue to be very good to our company," said Timothy W. Morgan, chief operating officer of Spanesi Americas, Inc. "We have enjoyed a tremendous amount of success during the SEMA Show every year, and it’s exciting to us to see a company like Shannon’s Auto Body win our equipment."
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