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CSN Collision Centres holds regional meeting in Fredericton

CSNs regional meeting brought everyone in the region together to discuss future initiatives.

By Josh White

Fredericton, New Brunswick — June 1, 2017 — CSN Collision Centres recently held its Atlantic regional meeting in Fredericton. This meeting covered many topics regarding CSN’s future including discussion on insurance relations, marketing, current operations and the use of technology within CSN locations.

These regional meetings offer the opportunity for franchise partners to meet their regional management team, giving a space to discuss the future of CSN with those working in it. Meetings such as these give a voice to those working on the front-line operations of the company. Here employees at all levels can share comments, concerns and ideas to keep CSN moving forward.

Manager of the Atlantic Canada region Lianne Perissinotti Le Rue said, “It was a tremendous success! There was a great turn out from regional collision centre’s owners and managers. We chose Fredericton for this meeting to provide an opportunity for all to attend CCIF as well and show our support for collision industry events.” With roughly 35 attendees, there is certainly interest to keep the meetings running and growing.

Speaking at the Atlantic regional meeting was Joe Carvalho from Economical Insurance, discussing insurance relations and AIA’s Andrew Shepherd giving a presentation on the Canadian Collision Industry Accreditation Program (CCIAP). CSN’s own staff were also included, presenting on topics ranging from 2017 Goals and Initiatives to an overall future vision of CSN.

Moving forward, CSN is looking to implement more training opportunities in future regional meetings. The next regional meetings across Canada will be held this fall.

For more information, please visit csninc.ca.

CSN Atlantic 2017

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