Mike Anderson Enshrined in Collision Repair Hall of Fame

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LAS VEGAS, Nov. 7, 2019—Accomplished Collision Advice CEO Mike Anderson has been inducted into the Hall of Eagles collision repair hall of fame.

"I am truly humbled and honored and, most importantly, grateful, for all those that have joined me on my journey in this industry," Anderson told FenderBender on Thursday.

In order to gain induction into the Hall of Eagles, inductees must be nominated by an existing member and approved by a vote of membership. Past inductees to the Hall of Eagles include the likes of Gary Wano, Jr.; Karen Fierst (in 2018); Jeanne Silver (2015), and Michael Quinn (2012) to name just a few recent honorees.

The Hall of Eagles, which was created in 1989, honors "exceptional individuals whose longterm efforts have reached beyond their jobs and self-interest to make significant contributions towards the betterment of the industry," according to the organization's website.

"It's my hope that I might continue to be blessed with the opportunity to continue to share my passion for years to come," Anderson said.

As the owner of Collision Advice Consulting Services, Anderson spearheads a collision repair consulting company that assists body shop operators in areas such as accounting, marketing, estimating, the implementation of lean processes, and more.

Prior to his work with Collision Advice, Anderson served as the longtime owner of Wagonwork Collision Center in Alexandria, Va. For years, he also volunteered his time with a children's hospital in the Washington, D.C. area.



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