Carolina’s Collision Association
As we work through these testing times, work smart to protect yourselves, your coworkers and your customers. As a repair facility, some industry specific steps you should be taking is disinfecting each vehicle that you receive into your care and each vehicle that you deliver to a customer. Track the cost of materials and labor you use to perform this. Now is a great time to begin contacting those potential customers that may have vehicle fleets that the vehicles are always on the road and never have time to have their vehicle repaired.
As much as we all may dislike estimates written from photos, this may be a great service to offer your potential customers in a time where they may think twice about visiting a repair shop. Use your entrepreneurial qualities to give yourself an edge in order to keep vehicles flowing through your shop. Stay visible and active in all media outlets and let your shop be a beacon of hope and humanity in your community!
We cannot wait to come out on the other side of this thing and celebrate with you during our quarterly meetings, training classes and of course, the conference in February 2021!
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WHO WE ARE
Carolina’s Collision Association is a not for profit organization dedicated to safe and correct collision repairs. We exist to ensure the future success of the independent collision repair professionals in North and South Carolina. We will focus on continuous improvement through training and support for our members and business partners to facilitate safe repairs for our consumers.
MISSION: The Carolina’s Collision Association’s mission is to develop, implement and promote initiatives that exemplify professionalism and integrity in the collision repair industry. We will strive to provide industry relevant information and knowledge to the collision repair industry to assist in safe repairs for our consumers. CCA will give collision shops a voice and a forum to discuss industry related issues. We will identify a code of conduct and an ethical standard of repair that everyone will be expected to adhere to.
We invite you to join our newsletter for information on things happening in both our organization and the industry in general! We will send you great information quarterly, to keep you up to date with industry changes, our events and much more!
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Carolina’s Educational Collision Conference
Feb 19-20, 2021
Gateway Conference Center in Richburg, SC
Washington, D.C. Trip Summary by Sarah Myers-Daniels with Palmetto Paint & Body Works in Camden, SC.
I went to Washington, DC on Wednesday to work with Aaron Schulenburg, Executive Director of the Society of Collision Specialists (SCRS), as we met with some South Carolina members of Congress. Mike Tongour, who also happens to be from South Carolina works in DC as a...
Attached, is the newest volume of Ford's On Target magazine. It includes a wealth of repair-related material, including: a discussion of Ford's recent scanning position statement, as well as a detailed look at Ford's scanning software and hardware; updates to Ford's...
Estimating Tip: Mitchell - 2.5 Clear Cap Exclusion Included Operations · Mix material · Clean and tack surface · Apply material · Clean equipment NOTE: For NEW, UNDAMAGED PARTS, a total of no more than 2.5 hours should be necessary to perform the four Clear Coat...