Meet the Auto Body Instructor: Amanda Levine and Deana Jones
With Amanda Levine and Deana Jones both dedicated to teaching collision at the Center for Applied Technology North, the school can offer a more focused approach.
Meet the Auto Body Instructor: Kevin Lester
Kevin Lester’s excitement for his collision repair and automotive refinishing program at Gaithersburg High School is contagious.
Are You Ready to ROCK in 2023?
Do you know a “rockstar” in the automotive aftermarket? Then it’s time to nominate them as a Vehicle Care RockStar!
BodyShop Business 2022 Executives of the Year
This year’s Single-Shop award winner is Michael Bradshaw of K & M Collision in Hickory, N.C., and the Multi-Shop winner is Matt Ebert of Crash Champions.
Welder Woman: Forging a Trail with Fire
Jaime Shewbridge is the first woman to have won the 2020 I-CAR Instructor of the Year award and the 2021 Welding Instructor of the Year award — and she’s not done yet.
The Evolution of Women in the Collision Industry
Unlike 20 years ago, women today are valued and very well-respected in the collision industry.
Auto Body Shop Owner Writes Book on Customer Service
After many years in the collision industry, Zach Dillard used his experience to write a book that any business can use to create happy customers and employees.
23 Mile Collision: The Young and the Restless
22-year-old Daniel Sumner has big dreams for his dad’s shop.
CARSTAR Little Elm: Family and Passion
For the Royer family, owners of CARSTAR Little Elm in Little Elm, Texas, working together is a celebration of their passion for performance and commitment to their customers.
Retaining Collision Techs: Non-Qualified Benefits
Non-qualified benefits help your company protect itself against the loss of the people who make the most significant contributions.
Giving Back: ROI for your Auto Body Business and Soul
If you can incorporate the spirit of philanthropy into the culture of your company, it will deliver dividends for years to come.
North Carolina SkillsUSA Winner Prepares for Nationals
After winning the North Carolina State SkillsUSA competition, Fayetteville Technical Community College student James Song is heading to Nationals.