Attendees enjoyed a buffet dinner, beer, and margaritas as they spent time with their peers in the collision repair industry. HABA president Leo Kozadinos views the annual event “as a fun way for the local industry to get together, network, socialize, and relax away from the daily grind of business.”
This event benefits the association members and the industry as a whole by offering an informal setting in which these collision repair professionals can “break out of their company shells and bond with colleagues, share ideas and concerns, and just have a good time,” Kozadinos anticipated.
As a way of expressing their appreciation for all their hard work, HABA welcomed all collision repair shop owners and managers to attend the event for a chance to get to know one another, and they hope that everyone met someone or learned something new during this exciting networking opportunity. According to Kozadinos, “the more the merrier… we hope that this will allow members, guests, and prospective members to socialize and bond in a relaxed, informal social setting over good food and adult beverages in ways that cannot be achieved in the typical monthly business meeting, which is always on a tight timeline and agenda.”