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NABC to Broadcast Third Meeting through Collision Hub

The National Auto Body Council (NABC) will broadcast its July 20 board meeting live online via the collision repair networking site Collision Hub. The webcast will begin at 9 a.m. CST.

The partnership with Collision Hub allows NABC to open a meeting to the industry without being limited by geographic constraints. Anyone with Internet access can view the proceedings through a window streaming live video by visiting

Collision Hub founder and CEO Kristen Felder is responsible for the broadcast.

"Industry professionals around the nation want to know what’s happening at key events like the NABC board meeting," Felder says. "Through harnessing the power of the Internet and social networking technologies, we can help dismantle communication and participation barriers. It’s an opportunity to unite the industry further."

Collision Hub broadcasts reinforce NABC’s commitment of openness to the entire industry.

"Collision Hub broadcasts help unify the industry because they make the same information available to all industry professionals, keeping them up-to-date and on the same page," said NABC Executive Director Chuck Sulkala. "The feedback we have received from those viewing NABC meetings through Collision Hub has been extremely helpful — it gives us the ability to stay more in tune with the needs of collision professionals. In turn they can hear firsthand what we are doing to address those needs."

Collision Hub membership is not required to stream the broadcast for viewing purposes, but access to an online chat room that allows active participation including the live posting of questions does (submissions will be addressed by NABC at the time of the broadcast, time permitting).

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