Inaugural Cars, Careers & Celebrities Expo, which took place Aug. 16 in Dallas, raised more than $300,000 for local high school and college collision ...
Nationwide 'It Can Wait' campaign to spread awareness via social media, local communities.
Bi-annual meeting offered more than 200 attendees educational offerings, networking opportunities.
Founder and president of Auto Damage Experts Inc. to offer attendees advice on how to change their collision shops' business models without fear of lo...
All courses to take place in Galesburg, Ill.
Running now through Jan. 10, 2015, the campaign aims to gather corporate sponsorships to expand its education, networking and mentorship programs.
David Rigg will provide a detailed overview of the market developments and repairability research taking place between the steel industry and automake...
Thirteenth annual event, co-hosted by PPG Automotive Refinish, raised $85,000 to support scholarships and grants for collision schools and students.
Eleven training courses to take place in Las Vegas, including Aluminum Exterior Panel Repair and Replacement (APR01).
Annual event, slated for Sept. 21-24 in San Diego, to draw largest figures in its history.
Doug Richman aims to give collision repairers at the SEMA Show a vision of the rate at which aluminum will evolve in the marketplace so they can make ...
Show to take place alongside other industry events July 23-25.
Shift to every-other-year schedule will allow organization to "effectively study the evolving technology landscape and continue to produce a relevant,...
Companies will participate in panel discussion on Sept. 20.
Refurbished vehicles donated from Memorial Day through Labor Day through National Auto Body Council's Recycled Rides program.
The Sept. 20 gathering will bring together collision repairers who want to take back control of their businesses, says organizer Ron Perretta.
Sixteen-race snowmobile season begins Thanksgiving weekend in Duluth, Minn.
Annual event scheduled for Wednesday, Jan. 14 at the Tahquitz Creek Golf Resort in Palm Springs, Calif.
Free memberships presented to collision students during the Collision Repair Education Foundation's Cars, Careers and Celebrities Expo.
For $50 per kit, each collision student will receive a technician shirt, work pants, safety glasses, ear plugs and a disposable dust mask.
Deadline to submit nominations for seats is Friday, Sept. 5.
Awards announced at 45th annual National Street Rod Association Nationals Plus July 31-Aug. 3 at Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville.
1969 Chevy Camaro owned by Angelo Vespi of St. Augustine, Fla., and 1951 Chevy woody wagon owned by Terry Henley of Birmingham, Ala., commemorated for...
Participants can enter to win a 1971 Raybestos Camaro build now through Sept. 15.
Funds presented through the Collision Repair Education Foundation will be used to assist students with educational expenses such as tuition, books, t...