NABC Issues Second Call for Pride Award Nominations

June 6, 2005

The National Auto Body Council has issued a second call for nominations for its annual Pride Awards.

The Awards, which are presented at the Collision Industry Night of Achievement during NACE, are meant to recognize those groups or individuals who selflessly contribute of themselves to improve the world in which we live. The PRIDE Awards are not about what a person or organization can do within the industry, but to recognize those in the industry for what extraordinary events they do in life.

“Nominations are starting to come in for the 2005 PRIDE Award,” said Janet Chaney, chairman of the PRIDE Committee. “The interest in this award is a tribute to our industry. Since this NABC initiative started in 1995, 45 outstanding recipients, both individuals and organizations, have received the PRIDE Award.”

Nomination forms are being distributed to all NABC members, collision repair trade associations and many other industry segments. “NABC is making it easy to make a nomination,” said Chaney, “A downloadable version of the nomination form is available on the Council’s Web site, is also a version that can be completed and submitted online.

“Sometime’s people think of someone to nominate, but just don’t want to fill out the paperwork,” Chaney continued, “They can make a quick phone call to the NABC office, 1-888-667-7433, or myself, 1-480-720-2565, and we will follow through with the nomination information.”

The deadline for receiving nominations is Sept. 15, 2005. Winners will be notified by Oct. 15, 2005. Award presentations will take place at the next NACE Convention which will be held in Las Vegas in November 2005.

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