Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in California, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Hawaii, Alaska and Wyoming
To send a clear message to his employees, the community, other entrepreneurs and the State of California, President Curtis Nixon, the founder of UpdatePromise in Chino, CA, recently announced a new compensation plan in which all his entry-level employees and new hires will now earn a minimum of $20 per hour.
It’s considered a victory if a high school or college auto tech program makes it to the SkillsUSA’s Championships.
In 2000, Mike’s Auto Body, an MSO with 16 locations in the San Francisco Bay Area, donated a completely refurbished vehicle to Denise Rios and her family as part of Mike's Auto Body's Benevolence Program, currently celebrating its 19th anniversary.
Tesla has formally introduced its in-house insurance service for its vehicles, an initiative that Elon Musk initially announced in the company’s first-quarter earnings call.
Tesla’s internships for high school graduates at Gigafactory 1 in Sparks, NV, have been well received due to their mutual benefits for both the company and participants.
Service King Collision and Allstate Insurance have collaborated to benefit local charity, The Guidance Center of Long Beach, CA, through the National Auto Body Council’s Recycled Rides program.
California regulators say a ruling by the state’s highest court means a $27.6 million fine imposed against Mercury Insurance Co. for improperly tacking fees onto auto insurance policies will stand.
The California Autobody Association (CAA) is delighted to announce Industrial Finishes & Systems, Inc. as our newest corporate sponsor.
On Aug.17, the Women’s Industry Network (WIN) gave back to the community by collecting backpacks and other back to school necessities to benefit Denver Public Schools’ ESSA Foster and Military Family program.
Early bird registration for the 2019 MSO Symposium, taking place on Monday, Nov. 4, 2019, in Las Vegas at the Mandalay Bay, will be ending soon.