NABC seeks 2011 Pride Award nominees

Aug. 5, 2011

Aug. 5, 2011 – Collision repair professionals who wish to recognize a colleague for their generosity are invited to submit nominations for the 2011 Pride Awards.

Sponsored by the National Auto Body Council (NABC), the Pride Awards give the opportunity to celebrate everything that is positive about the collision repair industry and the men and women that work in it. Considered a part of the NABC’s DNA, and an integral part of its history, the awards spotlight the many collision industry professionals that selflessly donate their time, energy and financial resources to worthy causes outside the industry.

“We are asking the industry to look for those humanitarians in our profession that should be brought to the attention of the general public,” said NABC Pride Chair Janet Chaney. “Chances are, they won’t have to look too far as that kind of character is all around us. To be able to assist in finding these brave, compassionate individuals who all too often fly under the radar is a humbling experience for me. I encourage everyone to nominate a worthy individual, and help us celebrate their good deeds.”

The awards presentation takes place at the Collision Industry Achievement luncheon during SEMA. Nominations for the 16th annual Pride Awards close Sept. 15. Any individual, business organization, or group employed in a collision industry segment such as a collision repair business, vehicle manufacturer, supplier/vendor, educator, insurer, independent appraiser or trade association is eligible to be nominated. Nominations can be made online. If you have comments or questions, please call NABC Pride Chair Janet Chaney at 480.720.2565.

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