Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in Arizona, Utah, Arkansas, Colorado, Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Louisiana
In 1979, Don Twomey was repairing cars behind the Sigma Chi fraternity house at the University of Texas-Austin. Forty years later, he is still fixing cars---in a South Austin, TX, collision and auto body repair shop that bears his name.
The transition from a regimented military environment to the unpredictability of civilian life is one of the most stressful times for many soldiers.
Blake Cole grew up reading automotive magazines and at 10 could eagerly recite facts about cars to anyone who would listen.
There’s no shortage of auto body repair shops in the downtown Phoenix, AZ, area---so much so that it’s difficult to distinguish one from another.
The holidays got a jump-start on Dec. 19 for Navy veteran Richard Shock in Longmont, CO. He was the recipient of a pretty large gift.
To work in an auto body shop, going to a trade school can be beneficial. However, as long as you are somewhat mechanical, it is a job you can work towards.
Gerber Collision & Glass recently announced the Dec. 14 acquisition of a multi-store operation consisting of nine collision repair centers located in Texas.
After months without reliable transportation while juggling work and family as single parents, Harris County Department of Education Head Start single moms Sheena Gulley and Parishellia Banks are receiving a special gift from Bates Collision Centers: the gift of transportation.
More than 60 first responders from around Texas recently gathered or a demonstration of the latest techniques in emergency vehicle extrication.
Auto collision and management technology at Texas State Technical College in Harlingen, TX, was recently awarded a Progressive Insurance laptop grant by the Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair (I-CAR) and the Collision Repair Education Foundation during the 2018 SEMA Show in Las Vegas.