Collision Masters Donates $10K Frame Machine to School

Dec. 3, 2018
The CEO of Collision Masters in western New York is giving back to vocational schools in an effort to help shore up the collision repair industry's shortage of qualified entry-level workers.

Dec. 3, 2018—Collision Masters in Buffalo has donated a $10,000 frame machine to the Ormsby Educational Center in East Aurora, N.Y.

The CEO of Collision Masters is giving back to vocational schools since he is always looking for help but realizes there is a shortage of young people with the necessary skills, reported Spectrum News.

Frank Todaro's father was a Sicilian immigrant who owned his own repair shop, and Frank went to a BOCES vocational school to learn more about the business. Now, Todaro is CEO of Collision Masters, with two repair shops in western New York. 

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