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Consolidator aims to promote positive image of the collision industry through membership.
The National Auto Body Council’s roster of Diamond Members continues to grow with the addition of Service King Collision Repair Centers.
With more than 170 centers across 20 states, Service King says its Diamond-level membership provides the company with opportunities to help further NABC’s mission to promote a positive image of the collision industry and to make a positive impact in local communities nationwide.
“Service King is one of the fastest-growing collision repair companies nationwide, and as part of our success, we want to give back to the communities that have helped fuel our expansion,” said Jeff McFadden, president of Service King. “We look forward to joining our colleagues and peers throughout all segments of the industry to provide our team members with more opportunities to expand their community outreach through NABC programs.”
Service King says its recent acquisition of Sterling Auto Body Centers, a Diamond member of the NABC since 2009, adds a strong component to the company’s charitable and community service efforts.
“A number of our existing centers have already adopted NABC’s Recycled Rides program, and we look forward to integrating Sterling’s dedicated experience with NABC initiatives to make an even stronger impact nationwide,” said McFadden.
“We are pleased to welcome Service King and appreciate their efforts to step up to this important leadership role as a Diamond Member of the National Auto Body Council,” said Chuck Sulkala, NABC executive director. “Service King’s leadership commitment, combined with ongoing support from our current members, is a testament to the growing momentum to join forces and collaborate in a common goal to better serve our collision industry through positive, beneficial community initiatives.”
NABC programs, implemented nationwide through the organization’s network of more than 200 member companies, include Recycled Rides, First Responder Emergency Extrication (F.R.E.E.) and the Distracted Driving Initiative.