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Thursday, 21 June 2018 21:18

Take Part in This Year's MSO Symposium in Atlanta

Listen to intentional discussions around topics that influence your business.



The MSO Symposium is led by high-growth executives from the leading multi-shop operations within North America, including ABRA, Caliber, CARSTAR, Certified Collision Group, Fix Auto, Service King and several others.

These highly experienced individuals gather annually at the MSO Symposium to deliver a program that speaks directly to their circumstances and provides relevant content to collision repair facilities in similar situations.


With an expanded program for 2018, attendees will gain useful information on topics like: OEM Certification Programs - the Reasons "Why";  Pre-, Post- and In-Process Scanning;  Talent Development;  ADAS & its Impacts; and more. This year, MSO executives will be sharing guidance on what owners with prospective growth paths can do to prepare for expansion and will point out some things to avoid. 



The MSO Symposium kicks off at 10 a.m. on Thursday, August 9. AkzoNobel will be providing attendees with a generous lunch, and PPG will bring attendees the opportunity to continue to discuss questions and answers during an evening reception, beginning at 6 p.m. 

Who Should Attend?


The MSO Symposium’s program is directly relevant for owners of large yet independent collision repair facilities, OEM collision repair program managers, insurance professionals and members of multi-shop operators (MSOs). The event is exclusive and only open to people within the above categories. If you are a supplier of service or equipment to this industry, a limited number of prominent industry sponsorships are available as well.

Be sure to register today, as seating is limited!

The MSO Symposium is just one of the industry meetings set to take place in conjunction with the NACE Automechanika Show in Atlanta, GA.

Follow this link to register for the MSO Symposium and other industry meetings.

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