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September GCIA Meeting to Feature State Farm’s George Avery

Discussion of PartsTrader program to take place Sept. 20 in Marietta at Metro Atlanta Automobile Dealers Association headquarters.

George AveryThe Georgia Collision Industry Association (GCIA) will be hosting a meeting on Sept. 20 that will feature a discussion with George Avery of State Farm on their PartsTrader parts bidding program. The meeting will be held at the Metro Atlanta Automobile Dealers Association headquarters in Marietta, Ga.

GCIA is expecting a large turnout, so it’s asking people to visit the GCIA website and complete the RSVP form as soon as possible. This meeting will be open to all collision repair professionals and industry-supporting vendor representatives. There is a fee of $10 (member/$20-non-member) per person. Pay at the door – check or cash. Those who need to be invoiced can call Executive Director Howard Batchelor at (770) 367-9816.


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