Nominees for 2012 NABC Board of Directors Announced - BodyShop Business

Nominees for 2012 NABC Board of Directors Announced

The National
Auto Body Council (NABC) announced that it has closed nominations for the seven 2012 board positions
coming open at the end of this year’s term.

Every nominated individual has expressed their interest
and desire to work for the NABC board. They were offered the opportunity to participate in the
discussions and approval of the NABC’s new mission and vision statements as well. The candidates are listed
in their order of nomination:

• Keith Bell, representing Diamond member AkzoNobel

• Stacy Bartnik, representing Diamond member CARSTAR

• Kenneth Seavey, representing Diamond member Hertz First

• Mike Jordan, representing Bronze member Manchester

• Karen Fierst, individual member

• Fred Iantorno, individual Gold member

• Jon Faris, representing Diamond member Enterprise Car

• Kristen Felder, representing Bronze member Collision Hub

• Elizabeth Stein, representing Diamond member Fix Auto

• David Niestroy, representing Gold member 3D Body Works

• Richard Perry, representing Gold member Chief Auto

• Mark Lovell, representing Bronze member Precision

Based on NABC bylaws, an official ballot will be sent to
all NABC members for their consideration. The actual election will take place at the NABC annual
meeting at the Hilton Hotel in Las Vegas on Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2011 at 12:30 p.m. concurrent with
the SEMA Show. Since the bylaws don’t allow proxy voting, only individual members in attendance or
the designated representative of a member can participate in the vote. Those elected will begin serving
immediately after the close of the NABC annual meeting, at which time the new Board will convene in executive session to elect the officers for 2012.

Each candidate for the Board has been offered the
opportunity to provide a 200-word autobiography and a photo to be placed on the website, where it can
be viewed by all interested parties. Members of NABC are encouraged to attend SEMA and participate in the
annual election. 

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