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Two-hour meeting will feature a talk on current and future SCRS work initiatives, a technical presentation on aluminum repair methods, and an update on AASP-MA activities.
The Society of Collision Repair Specialists (SCRS) will hold an open board meeting on Monday, July 22 from 3 to 5 p.m. at the Westin Boston Waterfront’s Hancock Room. The two-hour meeting will include updates from SCRS staff and committees, outlining current and future work initiatives.
The meeting will also include a detailed presentation from the SCRS Education Committee, led by committee member Toby Chess. The presentation will focus on repairing aluminum using stud welding and dent pulling equipment technologies.
"It is critical for collision repair businesses to understand the repair options that are available in the industry," said SCRS Chairman Ron Reichen. "Paul Val, Toby Chess and the Education Committee have put together a presentation that demonstrates how certain repair procedures and equipment can produce extremely beneficial results that aid the consumer through cost effective repair methodology, while still producing high quality, profitable repair work."
SCRS will also welcome Molly Broduer, vice president of the Alliance of Automotive Service Providers Massachusetts (AASP-MA). Broduer will give a brief update on current activities taking place in the state and an overview of efforts underway by the state association.
Collision repair attendees are also encouraged to attend the Repairer Roundtable, being held the following morning, from 8:30 a.m. – noon. This meeting is a continuation of the ongoing series of repairer forums. This event is limited to collision repairers and direct representatives of collision repair businesses. To register, email [email protected].