Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in California, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Hawaii, Alaska and Wyoming
The CAWA Leadership & Educational Forum is a two-day virtual business meeting focusing on key sessions and presentations from industry experts who will share insight and critical thinking on contemporary topics that affect the automotive parts industry.
California residents spend an average of 29.3 minutes commuting to work, the sixth longest commute among the states that Coverage.com studied in an analysis using pre-coronavirus data.
The Boyd Group Inc. announced the opening of a collision repair center in Cathedral City, CA.
Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak announced he will continue the state’s latest pause on public activities due to a surge in COVID-19 cases.
Classic Collision LLC, a national multi-site collision repair operator headquartered in Atlanta, announced an acquisition the last week of 2020 of Schiro’s Collision Repair---one location in Chatsworth, CA, and one in North Hollywood, CA.
The Spokane Police Department will be receiving four Tesla Model Y police vehicles, even if city officials are against their purchase.
ProColor Collision is pleased to announce the appointment of Kevork Kahwajian as strategic operations specialist for the network’s operations in the west region of the U.S.
The Boring Company’s special use permit application for its proposed Vegas Loop project was approved by the Las Vegas City Council.
Washington has joined Oregon, California and Nevada in giving the green light for the first COVID-19 vaccine, Gov. Jay Inslee announced Dec. 13.