Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in Arizona, Utah, Arkansas, Colorado, Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Louisiana
The National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) announced a $25,000 donation to the Second Harvest Food Bank of New Orleans in advance of NADA Show 2021.
The installation of Tesla Gigafactory Texas’ first Giga Press has made significant progress.
Utah-based Larry H. Miller (LHM) Group of Companies, in partnership with Leavitt Group, announced Jan. 26 the launch of Larry H. Miller Insurance Services, an independent insurance agency that will offer LHM customers auto, home, life and business insurance.
Colors on Parade, an eco-friendly mobile automotive paint and dent repair services franchise, is pleased to announce the opening of its newest franchise units in northwest Arkansas.
More people moved to, or were born in, Texas last year than in any other state, making it the fastest growing state in the nation.
Universal Technical Institute, a leading provider of transportation technician training, announced the purchase of its Avondale, AZ, campus and plans to consolidate the operations of its Phoenix-based Motorcycle Mechanics Institute (MMI) into this facility.
Amidst the rapid construction of the Gigafactory Texas complex, Tesla’s upcoming Cybertruck factory has started earning accolades of its own.
Each year, Lake Charles Toyota contributes a scholarship to the SOWELA School of Transportation to help prospective students chase their dreams.