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Start Taking Pre-Owned Repairs In-House
June 1, 2010
How lean thinking turned pre-owns into profit for Flow Motors Luxury Body Center
Best Practices for Recycling
April 6, 2010
Helpful hints for recycling just about everything in your shop—and improving your bottom line.
Branding Tips for a Great First Impression
April 1, 2010
For your customers, your shop’s design is synonymous with your brand. Is yours cutting edge, or gritty city?
Polish Customer Service with an Audit
October 1, 2009
Want to turn the hypothetical “Yes, I would refer your shop” into the real deal? Think like your customers.
Utilize a Banker and Accountant
June 30, 2009
Carl Garcia Jr. has made some major changes to his business in the last several years. Critical to his success? His banker and his accountant.
What’s Your Type?
December 1, 2008
The DiSC personality profile illuminates your management style, and the styles of your staff, so you can work together more effectively.
The Race is On
June 30, 2008
Walker Motors Collision Repair, a tiny shop in rural Memphis, Mo., revved up its business by tapping into a new market and a new community. Now, a motor sports parts business is boosting the bottom line for Brent Walker’s body shop.
April 1, 2008
The CRASH1 Network unifies the business and marketing efforts of independent collision repair centers.
Pretty Pink Mazda RX-7
March 1, 2008
People still ask about the 1979 trophy magnet.