WIN and BodyShop Business survey tries to get to the root of young people’s feelings about a career in collision.
The index is comprised of population-weighted accidents reported in major markets.
Johnny Graham, the company’s founder and CEO, said Chipex expects to post a 40 to 60 percent growth in sales over the next 12 months, primarily through increased public relations, social media and website marketing activities in the United States, as well as in Europe.
Body shop professionals and sales staff without access to a desktop computer now have 3M expert information right at their fingertips with the 3M Collision Repair App, now available for both Android and Apple devices.
Since 1999, WIN has recognized those women who have been beacons of influence and positive contributors to the collision repair industry and in their local communities.
More Than 1,000 Students Registered For First 3 Collision Repair Education Foundation Career Fairs This Spring
The first career fair is scheduled for Feb. 14 at Hillsborough Community College near Tampa.
Arthur Tussik’s YouTube page has more than 185,000 subscribers, and his Nov. 5 video of a BMW 7 repair has garnered nearly 1.9 million views.
Collision Repair Education Foundation Names New Board Of Trustee Appointees; Requests Year-End Support For Schools
The tax-deductible donations will provide a great start to the spring school semesters during a time when instructors are facing limited program budgets and expected to graduate well-trained and productive entry-level staff for industry employment.
Attendees were able to provide the Federal Insurance Office senior officials with firsthand insight into the relationships between collision repair shops, consumers and insurance companies.
SCRS And March Taylor Memorial Fund Award SkillsUSA Gold Medalists Tool Scholarships Through Snap-on
For the third consecutive year, SCRS and MTMF have partnered to provide a $1,250 tool scholarship to each of the SkillsUSA National Championship Gold Medalists at the high school and post-secondary levels to help the recipients secure tools they can use as they enter the trade.
SCRS Career Center has been fully integrated with Google’s new job search feature. Job seekers who are looking for their next career opportunity can now simply “Google it.”