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Free 5th Annual Positivity Summit to showcase industry experts from across the globe

This year’s theme is “Time to Accelerate! Stay Ahead of the Competition,” on Thursday, Jan. 25, and will be also recorded for future viewing

Nashville, Tenn.—Dave Luehr of Elite Body Shop Solutions and Ryan Taylor of BodyShop Booster announce the 5th Annual Positivity Summit on Thursday, Jan. 25, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m CST. This year’s theme is, “Time to Accelerate! Stay Ahead of the Competition,” and will feature over 50 experts from around the world.

To register for this free online event, visit: Those who are unable to attend the entire live event are encouraged to come and go as they are available.

The collision industry is changing rapidly and there is more opportunity than ever for savvy independent collision repairers with a desire to learn and an openness to change.

“Independent shops have many advantages they don’t recognize, chief among them being maneuverability,” says Ryan Taylor. “Think of a speedboat: quick to stop, easy to course correct, and able to go places big ships can’t. The Summit is a chance to learn from other’s experiences and leverage these strengths to accelerate ahead of the competition.”

Hosts Dave Luehr of Elite Body Shop Solutions and Ryan Taylor of BodyShop Booster

In this 5th Positivity Summit, Luehr and Taylor are committed to making the event bigger and better. For 7 hours, over 50 speakers, including body shop owners and managers, industry experts, and thought leaders from around the world, will discuss hot topics in the collision industry. Each hour of the summit will feature an expert panel interspersed with individual interviews on different topics including ADAS, AI, customer pay, EV, marketing, OEM’s, telematics, and more.

  • Leading body shop operators will share the strategies they use to create stronger teams, increase income, and differentiate themselves in their markets.
  • Experts who serve the industry will share emerging trends and strategies to get ahead and stay ahead of the changes in our industry.

“Positivity isn’t smiling while ignoring reality,” says Luehr. “Genuine positivity faces challenges, learns from them, and finds opportunities others miss. As we move forward in a changing business landscape, there is much to be gained by sharing what we each have learned for the benefit of others and the industry as a whole.”

Attendees can register for this free event at Questions can be directed to

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