Collision Hub broadcasting live from NACE

Jan. 1, 2020
Collision Hub plans to broadcast live from the National Autobody Congress and Expo (NACE) at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla.
Collision Hub plans to broadcast live from the National Autobody Congress and Expo (NACE) at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla. Collision Hub will also host three episodes of Repair University, a live, interactive video training series, as well as a variety of live interviews about companies and products featured at NACE. Playback of all NACE episodes can be found on the community site of ABRN.com.

 

Broadcasting will occur Thursday, Oct. 6 and Friday, Oct. 7 live from the Collision Hub stage in front of the NACE audience. The stage will be in the demo area directly in front of NACE booth #N1160.

The live broadcast schedule includes:

Thursday 11:30 AM
Interview about ARMS System with Enterprise Rent-A-Car’s Dave Smith

1:00 PM
Repair University “LEAN PROCESS” with 3M

2:00 PM
Collision Repair Class with Automotive Service Excellence

3:00PM
Repair University “STRUCTURAL REPAIR BLUEPRINTING: Your Key to the Express Lane” with Chief Automotive Technologies

Friday
11:00 AM

Interview about Airbag and Restraint Technologies with Airbag Solutions’ Doug Gan

12:30 PM
Repair University “REPAIRING NEW METALS” with Elektron

 

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The NACE broadcast and Repair University live training schedule will be posted online at www.collisionhub.com throughout the week of NACE. For up-to-date coverage follow Facebook.com/CollisionHub and Twtter @CollisionHub and @Repair_U.

“In addition to our time on the NACE floor visiting selected company booths and participating in industry training and events, we will be interviewing leading experts on topics the industry has been asking for,” said Kristen Felder, Collision Hub founder and CEO. “We believe that Repair University offers a chance for individuals from every segment of the industry to access relevant, interactive, and up-to-date training efficiently and for free. We are grateful to ASRW for providing us with this amazing platform to reach a wider audience as we continue to grow our Repair University and Collision Hub broadcast offerings.”

Collision Hub’s NACE broadcast and LIVE show updates are provided By UpdatePromise.com and Powered By Chief Automotive Technologies. Repair University is brought to the Collision Hub audience for free.

For more information, visit www.collisionhub.com or contact Elizabeth Blackman at [email protected].

Collision Hub plans to broadcast live from the National Autobody Congress and Expo (NACE) at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla. Collision Hub will also host three episodes of Repair University, a live, interactive video training series, as well as a variety of live interviews about companies and products featured at NACE. Playback of all NACE episodes can be found on the community site of ABRN.com.

 

Broadcasting will occur Thursday, Oct. 6 and Friday, Oct. 7 live from the Collision Hub stage in front of the NACE audience. The stage will be in the demo area directly in front of NACE booth #N1160.

The live broadcast schedule includes:

Thursday 11:30 AM
Interview about ARMS System with Enterprise Rent-A-Car’s Dave Smith

1:00 PM
Repair University “LEAN PROCESS” with 3M

2:00 PM
Collision Repair Class with Automotive Service Excellence

3:00PM
Repair University “STRUCTURAL REPAIR BLUEPRINTING: Your Key to the Express Lane” with Chief Automotive Technologies

Friday
11:00 AM

Interview about Airbag and Restraint Technologies with Airbag Solutions’ Doug Gan

12:30 PM
Repair University “REPAIRING NEW METALS” with Elektron

 

PAGE 2

 

The NACE broadcast and Repair University live training schedule will be posted online at www.collisionhub.com throughout the week of NACE. For up-to-date coverage follow Facebook.com/CollisionHub and Twtter @CollisionHub and @Repair_U.

“In addition to our time on the NACE floor visiting selected company booths and participating in industry training and events, we will be interviewing leading experts on topics the industry has been asking for,” said Kristen Felder, Collision Hub founder and CEO. “We believe that Repair University offers a chance for individuals from every segment of the industry to access relevant, interactive, and up-to-date training efficiently and for free. We are grateful to ASRW for providing us with this amazing platform to reach a wider audience as we continue to grow our Repair University and Collision Hub broadcast offerings.”

Collision Hub’s NACE broadcast and LIVE show updates are provided By UpdatePromise.com and Powered By Chief Automotive Technologies. Repair University is brought to the Collision Hub audience for free.

For more information, visit www.collisionhub.com or contact Elizabeth Blackman at [email protected].