Progressive Insurance Joins NABC as a Corporate Member - BodyShop Business

Progressive Insurance Joins NABC as a Corporate Member

The National Auto Body Council (NABC) announced Progressive Insurance is its newest corporate member.

“We rely on body shops to repair our customers’ vehicles after accidents, so we’re happy to join an organization that calls attention to the good and important work these facilities do every day,” said Chris Andreoli, corporate claims process manager for Progressive, “Since we work closely with body shops on our common goal of taking care of customers after car accidents, being part of an organization that will help us learn more about the repair industry and its challenges makes a lot of sense and will assist us in helping each other and our customers.”

In addition, Progressive is gearing up for this year’s Recycled Rides, in which it will be participating.

“We can’t say enough about this exciting program where everyone works together to reconstruct vehicles for the benefit of families in need,” Andreoli said. “It sets an excellent example; the public can see the positives that come when professionals pool their efforts, expertise and resources for the greater good.”

The NABC says it looks forward to a long and productive relationship with the insurer.

“Whether we are a large or small company, being a good corporate citizen is of paramount importance to society,” said NABC Executive Director Chuck Sulkala. “I am very happy that Progressive has chosen membership in NABC and participation in Recycled Rides. Most gratifying is that they came to us of their own volition – they saw the value in what we do. That kind of forward thinking and concern for the industry will certainly contribute to NABC’s future planning and initiatives.”

For more information about the NABC, visit www.autobodycouncil.org.

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