Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in Arizona, Utah, Arkansas, Colorado, Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Louisiana
When Scotty George graduates from Utah Valley University in August, there will be pinstripes in his future---but they won’t be on his suit. They will be on vehicles.
Steve Guinn, president/CEO of Hodges Collision Center in Texas, announced that Brandon Fisch was named Director of Operations in an ongoing effort to strengthen the Hodges Collision management team.
In male-dominated industries like collision repair, women are often paid less for the same jobs that men hold, and only a low percentage make it to the top of the career ladder.
A string of vandalism cases across the north side of the city have been reported to Ardmore, OK, Police since they occurred July 30.
A homegrown business has found itself continuing to expand in its first four years of operation in Richfield, UT.
Louisiana State Police detectives with the Insurance Fraud/Auto Theft Unit assigned to the Lafayette field office arrested five people July 23 for staging a vehicle accident for insurance money in 2015.
The CARSTAR Business Group of Arizona, along with Enterprise Rent-A-Car, is taking big strides against cystic fibrosis, thanks to a grant from the Enterprise Holdings Foundation.