Insurance Auto Auctions (IAA) announced that it has expanded its Savannah and Tifton, Ga., facilities.
I-CAR South Central Regional Manager Terry Ticel will discuss the future of technology and training and answer questions on technical procedures at the Feb. 23 event.
After a vandal broke the policyholder’s windows, flattened her tires and scratched her paint, State Farm refused to pay for towing costs, full car rental and full costs of repair, applying a different method of determining its payment obligations than those described in the policy.
The new Cumming, Ga., is located 45 miles northeast of Atlanta and will employee 10 people, making Classic Collision an employer of over 500.
The announcement comes amidst rapid growth in the market as Service King has opened six Atlanta repair centers in the last 24 months.
This partnership allows Pep Boys to enhance their position as a one-stop shop for automotive needs, including under-the-hood repairs, tires, retail supplies and now auto body paint and collision repair.
Classic Collision is currently the largest local provider of auto body repair services in Georgia.
The 30,000-square-foot facility is scheduled to open for business in mid-February.
Mike Anderson, president of Collision Advice, and other professionals will share their insights into the collision repair industry.
Since being founded by Gene Sweeney in1993, Cherokee Collision in Marietta has become well known and highly regarded due to their quality workmanship backed by a lifetime warranty.
The playing fee is $100 per person and includes meals, drinks and a chance at winning over $1,000 worth of door prizes.
Anderson will discuss what it takes to thrive in the collision repair industry and what role the OEMs hold in the collision repairer’s future in OEM certifications.