SCRS Appoints New Board Member

Aug. 6, 2013

Aug. 6, 2013—The Society of Collision Repair Specialists (SCRS) appointed Jim Sowle of Sewell Lexus to its 2013–14 board of directors.

Sowle will serve the remainder of immediate past chairman Aaron Clark’s elected term on the board. The bylaws state that this type of procedural appointment is necessary when the outgoing chairman has remaining time left to serve on their term.

"As a repairer, both I and my organization have benefitted from the work SCRS does," Sowle said. "SCRS is involved in many significant activities throughout the industry, but their work with the Database Enhancement Gateway (DEG) and raising awareness on repair procedures is invaluable and exemplary of the kind of work that I want to be part of.”

“The entire board had the opportunity to weigh in on Mr. Sowle's candidacy. As a group, we couldn't be more pleased to have such a well-respected, articulate and motivated individual join our activities, and we know he is going to bring a great additional perspective to the discussion,” said Ron Reichen, SCRS chairman.

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