Nominations Now Open for NABC Board - BodyShop Business

Nominations Now Open for NABC Board

The National Auto Body council (NABC) is accepting nominations for positions on its board of directors in preparation for an election that will take place at the NABC annual meeting. The meeting will be held in conjunction with SEMA in Las Vegas at the Hilton Hotel convention area on Nov. 2.

To be eligible for inclusion on the ballot, nominees must be an NABC member or a representative of a member, and NABC must be notified of your intent. Notices can be submitted to NABC via e-mail at [email protected] or to Executive Director Chuck Sulkala at [email protected]. Notices also can be mailed to: NABC, 191 Clarksville Rd., Princeton Junction, NJ  08550, or faxed to (609) 799-7032.

Three NABC members may also add an individual to the ballot. If that person is elected to the board and does not wish to serve, he or she can resign, and the board chairman will appoint someone to the opening.

There are seven board seats open. This year, the terms of John Bosin, Janet Chaney, Brandon Devis, Dave Henderson, Troy Holm, David Merrell and Ron Reichen are ending. These members can seek reelection.

The nomination deadline is Sept. 4. Ballots will be distributed to NABC members 30 days before the election.

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