Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in Arizona, Utah, Arkansas, Colorado, Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Louisiana
The Boyd Group Inc. announced that it has opened a repair center in Littleton, Colorado.
The ongoing legal battle between Geico and six parties has ended in an Arizona courtroom.
Auto Glass Academy, the leading source for auto glass removal, replacement and repair training, is excited to announce we are now a licensed education facility accredited by the Texas Workforce Commission.
Diana Ploch remembers the disorientation immediately following the September 2018 collision that totaled her Toyota — “just trying to make sense of what was going on.”
Christian Brothers Automotive Foundation, the corporate foundation started by Christian Brothers Automotive, announced the launch of a new philanthropic endeavor that will provide single moms in need of reliable transportation with vehicles.
Most of us went to a school where you sat in the classroom most of the day.
Collision Works, with a location in Shawnee, OK, and over 30 other locations, has been awarded a Top Workplaces 2019 honor by The Oklahoman.
On Dec. 11, the Women’s Industry Network (WIN) sponsored a giving event at the Blackbird Public House in Denver, CO.
Throughout the two days, there will be extensive networking opportunities allowing shop owners, insurers, appraisers, OEMs, paint manufacturers, information providers and equipment and service companies to build relationships, conduct business, and solve problems.
Head Start mom Jessica Bouldin is a single parent who juggles three schedules without a car.