Hoffman Estates, IL – April 18, 2012 – CollisionWeek has provided 128 complimentary CollisionWeek subscriptions valued at over $10,000 to automotive collision school instructors across the United States. The complimentary subscription program, in its 10th year, helps to provide educators with the latest news and information about the industry, which can then be distributed on to the collision students.
Collision Repair Education Foundation Board of Trustees Chairman Chris Northup said, ”The value of CollisionWeek and its timely stream of industry news, related content and data are priceless for the schools, instructors and future technicians. Russell Thrall is an industry leader with deep roots and ties to the Collision Repair Education Foundation. We appreciate his continued support and generosity.”
“Collision repair instructors provide a valuable service to this industry as they educate the next generation of collision repair professionals,” said Russell Thrall III, publisher and editor-in-chief of CollisionWeek. “Providing this complimentary subscription helps instructors and their students stay up-to-date with the latest trends and issues affecting the industry. We are pleased to support collision repair technical schools and colleges through the Collision Repair Education Foundation by continuing this subscription donation that we started in 2002.”
CollisionWeek is a publication devoted to providing all collision industry participants the news, statistics and trend analysis they need on a global basis to compete and prosper. They were founded in 1999 and draw on the over 20 years experience of the publisher, Russell Thrall III, to seek out and identify the important events, issues and trends impacting today’s collision industry.
For additional information about CollisionWeek visit www.CollisionWeek.com. Industry members and companies interested in supporting secondary and post-secondary school collision programs through monetary and/or in-kind product donations should contact Associate Director of Development, Brandon Eckenrode at Brandon.Eckenrode@ed-foundation.org or 847-463-5244.