Scene at Bob's Wheel Alignment
Assured Performance on April 14 shared the highlights of the first OEM Certified Collision Care Provider Conference held in Nashville, TN, April 10 – 13.
Our trusty, but honestly less than beautiful, 1999 VW Passat was in dire need of a makeover. My wife and I have always driven used cars, some less visually appealing than others, and to be honest, that’s generally OK with us.
Conner Brothers Body Shop Midlothian Virginia has achieved the Gold Class Designation. This Gold Class recognition is one of the highest designations that an auto body shop can obtain. It is estimated that only 10 percent of repair shops currently meet the rigorous Gold Class standards.
Dimmitt Chevrolet in Clearwater, Florida received the 2015 Chevrolet Dealer of the Year award April 20.
John Bomm from Sunshine State Superkids said the first race is planned for September 24 in Orlando
Tupelo High School student Isaiah Mahaffey works on sanding the hood of an Oldsmobile Cutlass during his auto body repair class.
Little Ava Pendergrass demonstrates how to escape from a window with the help of the Fayetteville Fire Department’s new Safe Escape Trailer. Pictured with Ava are (from left) Firefighter Michael Pendergrass, Darryl and Bill Stovall of Stovall’s, and David and Caleb Hall of Hall’s Signs. Staff photo by Lucy Williams
Chelsea Bonds, recipient of a 2016 Women’s Industry Network (WIN) Scholarship
Lake Technical College
Nancy McInerney from the Tennessee College of Applied Technology (TCAT) Crossville won a $1,000 scholarship and a one-year membership from the Women’s Industry Network (WIN).
When the new North Carolina state budget was signed into law in September 2015, Colin Campbell wrote the following article for newsobserver.com, explaining the changes that would ensue on March 1, 2016:
Paul Walker, founder and CEO of Walker's Automotive Collision Repair, stands in his new workshop in Knoxville, TN. (Photo by Ali James/Special to the News Sentinel)
"Most people think of body shops as dark and dingy places that they don't want to visit," said Paul Walker, founder and CEO of Walker's Automotive Collision Repair.