Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee, and West Virginia
Elizabethton is known for the weekly cruise-ins held downtown from April through October, but that show does not have anything on the annual car show at Elizabethton High School.
Regional high school students and members of the community had a chance to speak with representatives of Georgia Northwestern Technical College’s (GNTC) industrial programs, employers, and former GNTC students about the benefits of learning a skilled trade during Industrial Career Day.
BumperDoc, an auto body paint shop franchise, (BumperDoc Franchises) is celebrating the opening of shop number eight in the state of Florida, located in Downtown Orlando.
Gerber Collision and Glass says nearly all employees have been able to return to their homes and to their work, and none of the affected locations sustained damage that will result in any long-term business interruption.
On Oct. 4, 2017, Tuck’s Collision, a member of the National Auto Body Council (NABC), will be delivering the latest in vehicle extrication technology to first responders across the Pulaski community.
Dana Burdick has been identified by Powhatan Deputies as the man fatally shot at an All Faze Auto Body in Powhatan County, VA. Burdick was 35.
With so many cars damaged by Hurricane Irma and other weather-related events, it's likely that some of these vehicles will find their way to a used car lot near you.
We now know which car dealer filled up public parking spaces intended to help Hollywood, FL, residents protect their cars from Hurricane Irma.
A Georgia body shop employee and several volunteers held a large cookout for Florida evacuees on Saturday, Sept. 9.
Christmas may be a few months away, but students in one vo tech class at Tupelo High School in Tupelo, MS, are working hard to make sure the holiday is extra special for some area children.
Insurers including Progressive Corp. and Allstate Corp. have stopped issuing policies on new cars in certain Florida counties, hindering vehicle sales days before Hurricane Irma is forecast to hit the state.
Preston High School’s Career & Technical Education program is the most impressive in West Virginia — for its variety of courses, student performance and how many students complete all the courses in an area of study.