Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in Arizona, Utah, Arkansas, Colorado, Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Louisiana
Sergio Reyes, with his first-place trophy he received at the Valley Life Car Club picnic in Weslaco. (Lisa Seiser/Valley Morning Star)
You’ve undoubtedly seen them out and around in the Rio Grande Valley, TX.
They have become quite popular over the years.
For the second consecutive year, the San Antonio Business Journal tabbed Service King Collision Repair Centers as one of the best places to work in South Texas.
Left to right: Scott Rethwill, central regional director of Novus; Lorenzo and Lynn Washington, the new Novus franchisees; and Keith Beveridge, senior vice president of Novus.
Lynn and Lorenzo Washington will be joining Novus Glass as franchisees in the Denver, CO area.
Autocraft Bodywerks, located at 5411 Wasson Rd. in Austin, Texas, has promoted Austin native Tammie Harper as the company's general manager, owner Chris Raeder has announced.
Sorrells Body Shop in Russellville, Arkansas will celebrate 45 years in business in October. Started by Ray Sorrells, the family business has grown to include 16 employees and is involved with all types of collision repair, auto glass installation and paintless dent repair.
The Texas I-CAR Committees have partnered together to organize the inaugural Johnny Dickerson Golf Memorial Fundraiser to be held Saturday, October 8 at Firewheel Golf Park in Garland, Texas.
Jose Costa and Lirel Holt
This year's annual CARSTAR Conference, held in New Orleans, LA, attracted the largest turnout that the MSO has ever seen.
Service King Collision Repair Centers® recently graduated its inaugural class of apprentice technicians through the Service King Apprentice Development Program.
It can happen in an instant, sparking a hazardous situation on the road.
Ray's Body Shop was established in 1971 by Raymond and June Sorrells.