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Wednesday, 12 September 2018 11:18

NCACAR 3rd Quarter Meeting Features Mike Cassata, Doug Irish

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 On August 16, the North Carolina Association of Collision and Autobody Repair (NCACAR) hosted its third quarter meeting in Fayetteville, NC. On August 16, the North Carolina Association of Collision and Autobody Repair (NCACAR) hosted its third quarter meeting in Fayetteville, NC.

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On August 16, the North Carolina Association of Collision and Autobody Repair (NCACAR) hosted its third quarter meeting in Fayetteville, NC, featuring presentations by Mike Cassata of Hammer Insights and Doug Irish from Fayetteville Technical Community College.

 

NCACAR President Brian Davies said, “The event was well-attended with approximately 50 members that came, which was a good turnout--- especially for the first time in this new market. The event was hosted at the FTCC Collision Repair & Refinish Technology Training Center by Doug Irish, who was a very gracious host. The arrangements were seamless, and he and his team had everything from tables to video equipment ready to go. A big thanks to Doug for making things easy! He spoke for a brief period about the facility and their programs and standards and how we can get involved as an association, which includes their upcoming draft event in October.”

 

NCACAR board member Brian Shaw stated, “This meeting was packed full of information on subjects that are often in the spotlight of our industry but with many details neglected. We had two speakers available that are knowledgeable on the subjects and are making a difference in our industry. We are grateful for their commitment and the time that they made for NCACAR.”

 

The meeting began with normal housekeeping items, including introductions and antitrust guidelines. Davies then shared the most recent happenings with the NCDOI, upcoming events and the importance of using the association’s website to see current events and industry trends as well as details about the group’s ongoing collaboration with its South Carolina counterpart, the SCACAR. In addition to pointing out the organization’s core focus on building a group that repairs vehicles correctly and joining resources to sustain the collision repair industry for the future, NCACAR reiterated the importance of membership in the association and emphasized how it has helped the local industry.

 

The evening’s first presentation was delivered by Doug Irish, who spoke about the high-quality technicians he is releasing into the industry who are eager to learn and adapt to working environments.


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