PDR LINX Joins the National Auto Body Council as Diamond-Level Member - BodyShop Business

PDR LINX Joins the National Auto Body Council as Diamond-Level Member

The National Auto Body Council (NABC) announced the diamond-level membership of PDR LINX, a division of Dent Zone Companies, a leading national provider of paintless dent repair (PDR) services to insurance companies, dealerships and consumers, including the industry’s largest nationwide network of PDR technicians.

The National Auto Body Council (NABC) announced the diamond-level membership of PDR LINX, a division of Dent Zone Companies, a leading national provider of paintless dent repair (PDR) services to insurance companies, dealerships and consumers, including the industry’s largest nationwide network of PDR technicians. Diamond-level membership is the highest level of NABC corporate membership.

With the recent economic slowdown, PDR LINX found itself with a unique ability to give back through the Recycled Rides community service project, providing hope, freedom and opportunity for individuals and organizations in need.

“We are thrilled to be a part of this organization and initiative,” says Troy Good, founder and vice chairman of PDR LINX and Dent Zone Companies. “Recycled Rides is a perfect fit to give to the local communities we serve across the country with our very specific expertise and abilities.”

The National Auto Body Council wishes to thank PDR LINX for support of the organization at the diamond level and commends its growing participation in the collision repair industry.

“It’s gratifying to see companies with long histories of solid performance recognize the opportunities that exist for them in the collision repair industry,” says NABC Recycled Rides Past Co-Chair and current Elite Membership Chairman Nick Notte. “I commend PDR LINX for their approach of giving back to the industry through diamond-level membership, which displays a strong commitment to repairers and our customers.”


More information:

Companies and collision repairers interested in changing the industry for the better can help by becoming a member of the NABC. Membership applications are available on the website at www.autobodycouncil.org.

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