The CollisionCast Network from FenderBender offers five tracks each month that explore the industry's biggest trends, most pressing topics and the leadership and business management tips and strategies you need to thrive.
Doug Voelzke, owner of Doug's Custom Paint and Body and a co-founder of Key Choice Collision Centers, discusses the importance of having support in the collision repair industry, and how that need contributed to the founding of Key Choice.
Brandon VanEck, chief operations officer for three Car Center Collision & Mechanical locations and Scott's Body Shop, discusses his passion for growing people, why it's good for business, and why he thinks collision repair is an awesome career.
Collision repair marketing expert Megan Williams discusses how shops can learn more about their audience—both who they are and what they drive—and then use that information for more effective marketing.
Dustin Caldwell, owner of Old Dominion Collision, discusses the decision behind his business becoming a Tesla Approved Body Shop, as well as the investment and how Tesla's certification program differs from others.
Kurtis Barks, owner of Complete Auto Body and Repair, a winner of a FenderBender 2021 Best Workplaces award, discusses how his employees supported each other as his shops pivoted to make it through the COVID-19 pandemic.
Alex Kuang, owner of Redwood City Auto Body in Redwood City, Calif., details how his I-CAR Gold status shop got started calibrating advanced driver-assistance systems, the investments needed, and why he decided to take the plunge.
Collision repair shop marketing expert Megan Williams breaks down geofencing, a marketing tactic that allows you to target potential customers after they enter places like insurance offices, or even other body shops.