Attendees are not required to be a member of SCRS to participate, and pre-registration is not required.
All four gold medalists were awarded with certificates for $1,250 tool scholarships from the SCRS and March Taylor Memorial Fund (MTMF).
The OEM Summit, which will be held Nov. 5th at the 2015 SEMA Show in Las Vegas, will focus on emerging trends in vehicle construction and technology and how both of those aspects influence vehicle repairability and collision industry preparation.
Gold Medal finishers in the collision repair and refinish categories at the SkillsUSA Championships will each receive a $1,250 tool scholarship that will be made available in the form of a credit to specified equipment and supply companies who support SkillsUSA.
Move by NDABA marks a continued growth in state-level affiliation with SCRS.