Goal is to educate all stakeholders on blend within panel or “zone refinish” and get collision repairers more fairly compensated for properly refinishing damaged panels.
Annual event scheduled for Wednesday, Jan. 14 at the Tahquitz Creek Golf Resort in Palm Springs, Calif.
Free memberships presented to collision students during the Collision Repair Education Foundation’s Cars, Careers and Celebrities Expo.
New offices moving from Colleyville, Texas, to nearby North Richland Hills.
Deadline to submit nominations for seats is Friday, Sept. 5.
Award presented to Godofredo Pacheco of Maxwell High School of Technology through the Collision Repair Education Foundation.
Funds presented through the Collision Repair Education Foundation will be used to assist students with educational expenses such as tuition, books, tools and equipment.
Doug Richman of Aluminum Transportation Group (ATG) will offer insight into role aluminum will play in collision repair businesses now and in future.
APR01 will focus on hammer and dolly use, using heat to straighten aluminum, PDR and other techniques.
Show organizer cites doubling of expo size, significant increase in attendance and expansion of live demo space.
Automotive instructor Sandy Martin of Starmount High School in Boonville, N.C., received “Mega-Prize” at last June’s 100% Advisor Reception.
Deadline for third-party or self-nominations is Friday, Sept. 5. To be eligible, each candidate must be an individual member or designated representative of a current NABC member company.