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SCRS Creates ‘Focused Tracks’ For Education Series at SEMA

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Aug. 8, 2013—The Society of Collision Repair Specialists (SCRS) has created three designated tracks through the Repairer Driven Education series of the SEMA show designed to help those with a particular focus attend a series of course selections that all speak to a specific topic.

“The track program was actually a proposal from one of our previous attendees,” said Aaron Schulenburg, SCRS executive director. “It was suggested that with so many education options in our program, they wished there was a way to determine which selections spoke most to what they were looking to gain.”

The three tracks SCRS has created are understanding your business, enhancing your business and positioning your business. The first track, understanding your business, focuses on the daily operations or core of the business. The second track, enhancing your business, focuses on business development and improvement and can help individuals focus on a specific customer base or prepare for current and future technologies. The third track, position your business, focuses on strategies to make your business as competitive and as valuable as possible whether you plan to sell or continue to operate.

“Our single greatest objective since day one has been to deliver education which provides tangible information which can be immediately implemented when our attendees return home to their business,” said Ron Reichen, SCRS chairman.

The full list of sessions offered in each of the tracks can be found online at

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