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CCAR recognizes 17 new GreenLink shops

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September 30, 2010—The Coordinating Committee For Automotive Repair (CCAR) announced on Thursday its recognition of 17 new GreenLink repair shops.

The GreenLink shop status is designed to promote consumer confidence in repair shops’ environmental awareness and stewardship, according to a CCAR press release_notes.

The new GreenLink Shops are:
AutoBody America, Antioch, Tenn.;
AutoBody America, Jackson, Miss.;
AutoBody America, Chattanooga, Tenn.;
AutoBody America, Clarksville, Tenn.;
AutoBody America, Jackson, Tenn.;
AutoBody America, Murfreesboro, Tenn.;
AutoBody America, Southaven, Miss.;
AutoBody America-Bartlett, Memphis, Tenn.;
AutoBody America-Covington Pike, Memphis, Tenn.;
AutoBody America-Germantown, Memphis, Tenn.;
AutoBody America-Mount Moriah, Memphis, Tenn.;
Blue Hen Collision Express, Dover, Del.;
Cimino’s Collision Express, Feasterville, Pa.;
Jim & Jack’s Collision Center, El Segundo, Calif.;
Rick’s Paint & Body Shop, Augusta, Ga.;
Rick’s Paint & Body Shop, Martinez, Ga.;
Viverette’s Paint & Body Shop, Jacksonville, Fla.

“We are proud to recognize these 17 shops for their commitment to workplace safety and environmental best practices,” said Daren Fristoe, CCAR president and COO. “The GreenLink Shop recognition program continues to grow in membership, with over 80 shops since the program’s inception earlier this year, and we applaud our newest members as standard bearers for our industry and in their communities.”

For more information on GreenLink shops, go to

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