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State Farm’s George Avery to Keynote 2010 BodyShop Business Conference

George Avery, a claims consultant with State Farm, will be the keynote speaker of the 2010 BodyShop Business Conference to be held Sept. 17-18 at the Hilton Hotel & Suites in Indianapolis.

Avery is well-known throughout the collision repair industry as an engaging, insightful and humorous speaker. As a representative of the nation’s largest property-casualty insurer, he is a highly sought-after speaker and frequently participates in many industry events, including the Collision Industry Conference and I-CAR Industry Conference.

Whether it was when State Farm unveiled a pilot program for electronic parts procurement, tweaked its Select Service program or solicited labor rate information via an online survey, Avery was the one who communicated the message to the collision repair industry and provided answers to repairers eager to understand the impact of the insurer’s actions.

Avery is well-suited, then, to echo the conference theme of “Succeeding Through Change” in his presentation by talking about the changing collision repair landscape and what claims processes and DRP relations might look like in the future.

As rapidly as the collision repair industry is changing, repairers need the tools and education to surge ahead or else get left behind. The BodyShop Business Conference is the event repairers must attend this year to define themselves as leaders dedicated to evolving into sophisticated profit machines that produce quality repairs and happy customers.

To sign up for the 2010 BodyShop Business Conference, visit our CONFERENCE REGISTRATION PAGE.

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