Shop owners, technicians, painters, estimators, managers, OEMs, vendors, suppliers, insurers and service providers are all welcome to the event happening April 8-9 in Biloxi, Miss.
UABA anticipates over 50 custom cars this year at the event. Judges are picked from the association and trophies awarded for many categories.
Association looking for shop owners, sponsors and associate members.
Seminar, titled “Preparing for Aluminum: An Audi Perspective,” slated for Dec. 10 from 6 to 8 p.m.
New board members and officers elected will lead the organization in 2015.
Robbie Addison Haas named director of affiliate relations and strategic accounts; Leona P. Dalavai Scott named director of marketing and communications.
The Utah Auto Body Association is bringing the first-ever Collision Industry Expo to Utah on Saturday, Oct. 4 at Salt Lake Community College. More than 50 vendors will showcase new product displays, technology and many interactive demos. “We’re very excited to have our first annual Collision Industry Expo in Salt Lake,” said Cary Robarge, vice
Doug Richman aims to inform collision repairers when an investment in aluminum training and equipment will be justified.
Companies will participate in panel discussion on Sept. 20.
Shift to every-other-year schedule will allow organization to “effectively study the evolving technology landscape and continue to produce a relevant, thought-provoking conference.”
Professional Parts Group has announced its newest warehouse in Tampa, Fla., is now open. This location is now serving the Tampa collision repair community with new, late-model aftermarket parts through daily delivery on its own fleet of vehicles. “We are excited to announce the opening of our fifth warehouse,” said Christopher Northup, CEO and managing
Residual funds donated to four vocational schools and Donna F. West Memorial Fund for students entering the collision repair industry.