To access these special services, medical professionals and first responders need to present a valid work ID or other proof of employment at the time of service.
As an essential business, Caliber has modified its operating model to ensure compliance with the guidance and best practices of the CDC, as well as sanitizing every vehicle with disinfectant cleaners before pick-up or delivery, and the use of technology to limit personal contact between teammates and customers.
"This is a new day and a different way of conducting our business. We'll keep adapting as the situation evolves," Grimshaw said. "It is a trying time for everyone, but that has really strengthened our resolve and our commitment to our core values and our focus on the teammates, customers and communities we serve, which will continue to drive our actions and behavior."
To learn more about the special program for medical professionals and first responders, visit this link.
For more information about Caliber Collision's history of community involvement, including recent activities, go to this link.
To read Caliber's COVID-19 response, visit this link.
Source: Caliber Collision