Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee, and West Virginia
For 47 years, Ray and Louise Shelton worked side-by-side running Ray’s Auto Body on Western Avenue in Knoxville, TN. For most of those 47 years, one or the other would greet customers---Ray from behind the counter or Louise from her perch at the desk in the corner of the lobby.
A Vietnam-era veteran who has dedicated his life to his country received a newly refurbished wheelchair-accessible vehicle on May 24.
Almost overnight, Florida has arguably become the autonomous vehicle capital of North America. Just look at the headlines for the past three months.
The Nashville I-CAR Committee had a busy couple of days in mid-May when it hosted a golf outing and career fair.
On the evening of May 10, the Young Auto Care Network Group (YANG) held a Regional Meet-Up at the Hard Rock Cafe in Atlanta, GA.
Cheyenne Keen attended car shows almost every other weekend with her dad growing up. And when he worked on engines or changed oil in the yard, she watched him and tried to learn.
On April 25, the Atlanta I-CAR Committee hosted its ninth Annual Golf Tournament at the Golf Club at Bradshaw Farm in Woodstock, GA, with proceeds benefiting the Collision Repair Education Foundation (CREF).
In the small city of Chatsworth, located in the northern part of Georgia, Babb’s Body Shop prides itself on performing high-quality collision repair work.
With almost a decade of experience in providing wrecker services to the Poplarville, MS, area, Glenn Bolin decided to open The Body Shop on Highway 26 to meet the community’s repair needs.