Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, and Wisconsin
On Sept. 18, Women in Automotive and Collision (WAC) hosted their monthly meeting at Automotive Technology Institute (ATI), one of the organization’s golf sponsors.
Neal Klein, owner of Klein's Collision Center located in Jamestown, ND, said working on cars is his passion which has helped him build a successful business over the past 34 years.
Alan Gilbertson, an Auto Body Repair and Refinishing Technology student at the North Dakota State College of Science, has been named the first recipient of the new North Dakota Career Builders Scholarship.
Badgley’s Garage sits humbly on Clippert Street in Lansing Township, MI, a building of unassuming white concrete blocks.
The St. Louis I-CAR Committee met at Ranken Technical College on Sept. 12 for their final preparations before the Gateway Automotive and Collision Job Fair on Sept. 27.
Goff’s Collision Repair Centers, a family-owned auto body business for 52 years, is being acquired by Texas-based Caliber Collision Centers.
Minnesota Careers in Auto Repair and Service (MNCARS) is proud to announce the release of new video resources to expand its outreach and raise awareness of career opportunities in the automotive service and collision repair industry.
On Sept.11, the Minnesota I-CAR Committee collaborated with SkillsUSA MN to host its annual golf tournament at the Oak Glen Golf Club in Stillwater, MN, which benefits local technical schools’ collision repair training programs.
A family-owned auto business in northern Minnesota burned down in a morning fire on Sunday, Sept. 22.