to Provide Free Web Sites for Collision Repair Associations - BodyShop Business to Provide Free Web Sites for Collision Repair Associations, in an effort to improve communication throughout the industry, says it’s now offering free Web sites for collision repair associations.

Any and all recognized collision repair associations are eligible. Domain registration, hosting, and monthly maintenance are included.

"As an industry, we need to move forward with our utilization of communication tools," said David Moore, president, "The Web offers us the opportunity to get our message out locally and nationally. We can no longer sit on the sidelines hoping things will get better, we have to get involved."

The Web site consists of a home page, about us page, contact us page and a current news page. The Web site’s content will be editable using’s EZ Edit feature, enabling the association to inform members of current news and events and to keep sites updated.

Additionally, Moore says he’s offering free consultation and instructions on how collision repair associations can use Facebook and Twitter accounts to improve member communication. designs and develops Web sites for the collision repair industry, offering both custom and pre-designed packages.

More information:

• Associations interested in establishing Web sites can call at 866-341-9636

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