Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee, and West Virginia
The recent announcement of a Chinese industrial company investing in West Virginia reemphasizes the need for quality technical education.
Carolinas Collision Centers recently announced the opening of its newest collision repair center, located at 1705 Legion Rd. in Chapel Hill, NC.
Recently regaining his financial footing with a new job, Robert Scott received an early surprise Christmas present on Dec. 2---his own car.
Across the nation and in North Carolina, manufacturers and trades industries are facing daunting workforce shortages.
BumperDoc Franchises, an auto body and paint franchise, recently announced the organization has officially added two new locations in the Florida market as part of the company’s ongoing strategic growth initiative.
A healthy business is one that continues to grow and expand, and Fast Eddie’s Auto Body is a firm subscriber of such a belief.
Service King Collision Repair Centers®, with the help of its locally based Nashville teammates, recently presented a donation in the amount of $25,000 to High Hopes Development Center.
The Boyd Group Inc. (the "Boyd Group") announced the Nov. 15, 2017 opening of a second collision repair location in Bay County, FL.
Two Statesville, NC-based businesses want to help families who can’t afford a holiday meal, or families who lost a loved one and lack the willpower to cook.
Dressed in a white hard hat and orange reflector vest, Michael Balke blended in with the hundreds of construction workers onsite at the forthcoming Mercedes-Benz Vans, LLC production plant in Ladson, SC.
After a decade of business and then a venture into another career, Marvin Malone is back operating M&M Collision Repair Center LLC, at 5160 Kingsport Highway in Afton, TN.
There’s a car repair shop in Columbia, SC, that recently opened. And this one isn’t like any you’ve seen before.