NABC opens PRIDE Award nominations

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April 7, 2010—The National Auto Body Council (NABC) has opened nominations for the 15th annual PRIDE Awards.

The PRIDE Awards recognize members of the collision industry who donate their time, energy and financial resources to worthy causes outside the industry.

The awards have helped establish NABC’s profile in the public eye, and have focused the consumer’s attention on the many good men and women in our industry who play a part in making the world a better place, says Chuck Sulkala, NABC executive director.

NABC corporate members will be soliciting nominations to expand PRIDE’s outreach, according to the NABC.

Any individual, business organization or group employed in a collision industry related
segment is eligible to be nominated.

A PRIDE committee, headed by co‐chairs Janet Chaney and Bob Keith, will facilitate the submission of nominees.

The awards presentation will take place at the Collision Industry Achievement luncheon during the SEMA Show.

PRIDE Award nomination forms are available at autobodycouncil.org, and can be submitted online.

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