Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in Arizona, Utah, Arkansas, Colorado, Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Louisiana
Steve Guinn, president/CEO of Hodges Collision Center, with corporate headquarters in The Woodlands, is pleased to announce the acquisition of its 5th location in Magnolia, TX.
The Houston Auto Show at NRG Center displayed more than 800 vehicles from nearly 40 manufacturers. That includes electric cars, although dealer Carroll Smith said sales of those remain sluggish.
Icy roads are being blamed for more than 40 car crashes taking place the weekend of Feb. 10--11.
Arizona legislators have introduced a bill to restore partial funding for high school freshmen taking classes through Joint Technical Education District vocational education programs.
Humble Rotary Club members had no idea they’d be getting a workout---a verbal workout---from their guest speaker.
An auto body repair garage caught fire in Keys, OK, around 8:15 a.m. Feb. 9, according to Keys Fire Chief Yogi Cole. The business is located just west of Highway 82 on 830 Road.
Mahnke Auto Body of Arvada, CO, purchased Clyde’s Auto Body and Painting Inc., 716 Park Ave. in Salida, CO, from former owner Rick Shovald in January.
On Jan. 30, the Young Auto Care Network Group (YANG) held a meet-up at Top Golf in Scottsdale, AZ, hosted by Heri Automotive and BBB Industries.
There's an insurance fight brewing in Baton Rouge, LA, and it's got an auto body shop owner fighting for the customer.
Paris, TX, ISD Automotive Technology students recently competed for the first time in the Top Tech Challenge at the Universal Technical Institute (UTI) – Dallas/Ft. Worth campus.