Gerber Collision & Glass increased its commitment to the goals and mission of the National Auto Body Council (NABC) with a top level Diamond membership. A member of the National Auto Body Council since 2010, Gerber Collision & Glass has teamed up with insurers, rental car companies and others in the collision industry on numerous Recycled RidesTM events and other community service projects. “Our involvement with the National Auto Body Council and its program initiatives continue to grow year after year as we witness the benefits and value this brings not only to recipients of our Recycled Rides vehicles, but also how it has enriched our team members and the industry as a whole,” said Tim O’Day, President & COO of Gerber Collision & Glass. “We look forward to working even more closely with our peers and colleagues through the National Auto Body Council to help promote a positive image of the collision industry.” Gerber joins 29 other companies at NABC’s top-tier Diamond member level. NABC’s overall membership includes over 200 members, comprised of more than 600 shop locations, businesses and individuals from all facets of the collision industry. “Gerber Collision & Glass has been a valued member and we thank the company for its investment of time, resources, and its leadership role as a Diamond Level member,” said Nick Notte, NABC President.About the National Auto Body Council: The National Auto Body Council is a non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing the image of the collision industry. Our ongoing and continued success is a direct result of the efforts and support of our sponsoring companies and membership. Please contact the National Auto Body Council directly for membership information. Call 1-888-667-7433 or go to www.NationalAutoBodyCouncil.org. Visit us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/NationalAutoBodyCouncil. The NABC’s Twitter feed is @AutoBodyCouncil. The National Auto Body Council ~ Helping the automotive collision repair industry promote a positive image and be recognized as a valued and respected industry.
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