SCRS Honors Danny Gredinburg with March Taylor Kina'ole Award
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SCRS Honors Danny Gredinburg with March Taylor Kina’ole Award

The Society of Collision Repair Specialists (SCRS) honored Danny Gredinburg, administrator of the Database Enhancement Gateway (DEG), with the March Taylor Kina’ole Award yesterday at the Collision Industry Red Carpet Awards Breakfast at the SEMA Show.

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(Left to right): SCRS Past Chairman Barry Dorn, Auto Body Hawaii President Dale Matsumoto, legendary industry trainer/instructor Toby Chess, DEG Administrator Danny Gredinburg and SCRS Executive Director Aaron Schulenburg pose with the March Taylor Kina’ole award — a framed copy of one of Taylor’s iconic work shirts.

The March Taylor Kina’ole Award is named after collision industry legend March Taylor, who died tragically in 2007. Taylor owned Auto Body Hawaii and was instrumental in creating the DEG — an initiative developed to help improve the quality and accuracy of collision repair estimates — for the ultimate benefit of the entire collision industry.

Kina’ole is a Hawaiian phrase meaning: doing the right thing, in the right way, at the right time, in the right place, to the right person, for the right reason, with the right feeling — the first time — a spirit that Taylor embodied.

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