Tuesday, 16 February 2016 14:42

Nebraska Auto Body Association Holds Fall Business Meeting & Schedules Upcoming Events

The 2015 NABA Fall Annual Business meeting was held last November at the Stuhr Museum in Grand Island, Nebraska. The assocation said the Stuhr Museum of the Prairie Pioneer is an incredibly beautiful facility with conference and meeting rooms. NABA President Trevor Emahizer, Plaza Buick-GMC, Omaha, had been a docent at the museum and secured the meeting space for NABA.

The assocation said the meeting was a great success and tradition was started again for the NABA. The 2016 NABA Fall meeting will be at the Stuhr Museum in October.

This summer, NABA is scheduling a Dale Carnegie ‘Igniting Workplace Enthusiasm’ class for the collision industry. This will be a unique course focused on the collision industry. Another Mike Anderson estimating class is being scheduled for the Spring in 2017.

NABA is working with community colleges in the state, looking to bring students and the industry closer together. NABA banners are being designed to go in the community colleges to begin name recognition and create a professional outreach to students.

NABA is living its mission of bringing education and information to collision repairers. For more information, visit www.nebraskaautobody.com.