Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in Arizona, Utah, Arkansas, Colorado, Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Louisiana
CARSTAR’s Colorado stores are teaming up with three charities to help children in need within their communities in time for the holidays.
Three Dallas-area law enforcement and military service members attended the “Salute to Heroes Concert” featuring Gary Sinese and the Lt. Dan Band October 21, they were unaware they would be called up on stage and surprised with keys to practically brand new vehicles.
TORRINGTON – To escape the bustle of big-city life, Brian Evans moved his family to Torrington and set up Valley Collision on West C Street.
Gerber Collision & Glass has announced the October 28 opening of a new collision repair center in Grand Junction, Colorado.
GONZALES – Deputies in Ascension Parish are searching for a Baton Rouge man who robbed an Advance Auto Parts store in Gonzales on October 13.
Axalta Coating Systems shared coating expertise at the Powder Coating Institute’s (PCI) Powder Coating 101: Basic Essentials workshop held October 18-20, 2016 at Axalta’s powder manufacturing plant in Houston, Texas.
Jasmine Storey repairs damage to the body of a vehicle.
Three years into her undergraduate degree, Jasmine Storey made the decision to pursue her lifelong dream of working on cars.
3M Automotive Aftermarket Division has provided the opportunity for body shop owners to recognize their veteran employees with a special trip to the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series™ race in Texas.
(Left to right) Kevon Kleibrink, an instructor in the Auto Collision and Management Technology program at Texas State Technical College in Waco, talks to Auto Collision Management and Technology majors (center) Justin Hathcock of Hico and (right) Victoria Betts of Whitehouse about new equipment.
The Auto Collision and Management Technology program at Texas State Technical College (TSTC) in Waco recently celebrated its selection as a 2015 Ultimate Collision Education Makeover school.
The team at Prescott Auto Center collaborated to customize a 2016 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray. They hope to raise about $1 million for veteran charities by auctioning off the vehicle in January. (From left) Jayme Salazar, Gary Sharp, Louie Gomez and Mike Brown.
Photo credit: Max Efrein
After about seven months and more than 1,000 man-hours of work, the team at Prescott Auto Center are hoping to raise about $1 million for veteran charities by auctioning off a 2016 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray they’ve custom-designed.
The Dallas Cowboys and Caliber Collision recently announced a long-term partnership.