Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee, and West Virginia
Members of the Virginia business community are voicing concern over legislation that would require small businesses to pay state income taxes on forgivable loans received by the federal government as they are trying to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent economic restrictions.
It was easy to spot teacher Colette Robitaille when she pulled into the parking lot at D.W. Webb Middle School in Tampa, FL.
Preparing for the new year is important for all collision repair business owners, and during a Dec. 15 Tireside Chat, the Independent Garage Owners of North Carolina (IGONC) discussed “Setting Your Business Goals for 2021.”
By continually learning everything she can about the collision repair industry and leading with compassion for both her customers and employees, Adrian Wright is making all the right moves as the owner of Wright One Paint and Body Shop in Augusta, GA.
Being a single mom isn’t easy as it is, but add in not having access to a car, and life can quickly get more difficult.
Tommy Alderin found his dream car in Yanceyville, NC. He just didn’t know it yet.
David Moore is well known in Winston-Salem for his Southside Rides, which puts newly released offenders, like he once was, to work in its car body shop.
AutoNation, Inc., America's largest automotive retailer, on Dec. 8 presented a $62,000 check to Moffitt Cancer Center at Mercedes-Benz of Sarasota.
Murphy Auto Group (MAG), with locations in Georgia, Florida and South Carolina, is proud to donate chest freezers to four local Golden Harvest Food Bank agencies to allow them to serve more healthy foods to more people than ever before.