The Texas Auto Body Trade Show is bringing a “Whole New Collision Trade Show Experience” to Dallas Aug. 25-26 at the Hurst Convention Center, “And That Ain’t No Bull.”
They say “everything is bigger in Texas,” and this third event is going to live up to that age-old saying. Sponsored by the Auto Body Association of Texas (ABAT) and the Houston Auto Body Association (HABA), the show will welcome collision industry attendees from the entire state of Texas and the neighboring states of Oklahoma, Louisiana, Arkansas and New Mexico.
“This is what our associations are all about, sharing information and new and relevant education,” said Burl Richards, president of ABAT and owner of Burl’s Collision Center in Henderson, Texas. “With so many changes happening in our industry, we need to learn from our education programs and from each other.”
Added John Kopriva, president of HABA and owner of Kopriva’s Body Works in Houston, “We need to educate our industry so we can continue to take care of our customers’ cars and do a safe and quality repair.”
For more information, visit www.abat.us.