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The Northern Michigan Body Shop Association’s (NMBSA) upcoming program is scheduled for Jan. 28-29 at Turtle Creek Casino and Hotel.
Featured speakers include:
Andrew Rodenhouse, attorney, “Liability Concerns in Collision Repair”
As a technician, are you liable for improper repair? As an estimator, are you liable for omitting a necessary repair? As a shop manager, are you liable for the work performed by a technician and/or estimator? As a shop owner, are you liable for the work performed? Do you know the requirements of Michigan’s Bureau of Automotive Regulation?
Rodenhouse obtained his Law Degree in 2009 after working for many years in the collision repair industry. He knows what repairers experience every day, the situations that arise, and the care that must be taken when repairing a vehicle.
Diane Rodenhouse, “The Strength of an Association”
Diane Rodenhouse is owner/operator of Rodenhouse Body Shop, Inc. in Grand Rapids, Mich. She’s active in the Automotive Service Association as a board member and executive committee member and is past president of the Western Michigan Body Shop Association. She was also named “one of the most influential women in the collision repair industry” by AkzoNobel.
Tom McGee, Alldata Collision Field Manager, “How Changes in Vehicle Technology Are Impacting the Collision Industry and Possibly Your Business”
McGee will outline 30 examples of vehicle technology you may not be aware of but should be and explain how not knowing these vehicle technologies may impact your business.
McGee is a past I-CAR President and CEO, an ASE-certified master collision repair/refinish technician and a graduate of Ferris State College, Big Rapids, Mich.
To register and find more information about the event, download this flier.