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SCRS Welcomes Valspar Automotive as Corporate Member

The Society of Collision Repair Specialists (SCRS) has welcomed Valspar Automotive as its newest corporate member.

Valspar Automotive is a leading global manufacturer of automotive paints and refinish products, and, SCRS states, has placed great emphasis on finding ways to provide support initiatives and training to produce better market conditions for its customers. In addition to providing the latest in refinishing technology to its users, Valspar Automotive makes available instructional videos and user documentation to complement the ongoing training classes it holds on every facet of finish applications in its five state-of-the-art training centers worldwide.

SCRS says Valspar Automotive’s focus on training and informing the industry aligns squarely with its own values and the work it undertakes to ensure that the professional well-being of the collision repair industry remains healthy and successful.

“We want to support the industry that supports us, and we find a lot of value in engaging with an organization like SCRS that represents the leading businesses in the industry,” said Valspar North American Automotive Marketing Manager Gina Mahan. “SCRS is a proven and effective voice for body shops, and an advocate that helps strengthen the industry as a whole. A healthy, successful collision repair industry is best for everyone, and SCRS makes a significant and noticeable contribution to ensure this is the case. We want to be aligned with organizations like that.”


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