Webinar on July 22, at 1 p.m. ET to feature female collision repair industry leaders discussing how to engage with the community through philanthropic initiatives
Charlotte, N.C.—As collision repair shops and industry leaders look for opportunities to re-engage with their communities following the past year, one program has emerged as a win-win for first responders, drivers and business owners — the NABC First Responder Emergency Extrication program.
The National Auto Body Council First Responder Emergency Education (F.R.E.E.) program helps prepare local first responder teams to rescue accident victims from late-model vehicles. The program provides education and live demonstrations on working with high-strength steel, airbags, advanced restraint systems, onboard technology and safety around alternative fuel vehicles.
Together with the Women’s Industry Network (WIN), the NABC will host a webinar to educate collision repair professionals about the benefits of hosting a NABC F.R.E.E. program and step-by-step guidance on how to implement it.
WHO: Liz Stein, emcee, NABC and WIN board member; Charel Lock, Operations Manager for Five Star Collision Centers; and April Lausch, Collision Center Manager for Faulkner Collision Center of Lancaster.
WHAT: Webinar to discuss how the NABC F.R.E.E. program can help collision repair facilities and collision repair industry engage with their communities and consumers, with expert advice from Lock and Lausch, who have both held NABC F.R.E.E. events at their locations.
WHERE: The webinar will be held via Zoom. Registration is free and membership in WIN or NABC is not required. Visit https://thewomensindustrynetwork.site-ym.com/event/NABC-FREEto register as a guest.
WHEN: Thursday, July 22, 2021 at 1 p.m. ET.