The Mane Event: Consolidated Collision Services to host Ontario regional meeting this week

Toronto, Ontario — Collision Repair magazine will be attending the Consolidated Collision Services’ (CCS) Full Stride event later this week, where CCS’s partners from across Ontario will gather for a day of education, networking and good times. Held at the Great Canadian Casino Resort, part of the Woodbine Racetrack, the event will kick off with the CCS President’s Dinner on Wednesday night. Event programming will begin Thursday morning as CCS’s Mike Beier, Tom Langton, and Sandy Liguori provide a business strategy update. Throughout the day, industry experts will share their expertise on various topics. Highlights include:
  • AIA Canada Update: Stuart Klein, Vice President of Collision Programs at AIA, will discuss industry standardization, accreditation, training, and certification, providing valuable insights into I-CAR.
  • Canadian Welding Bureau Training Opportunities: Victor Andrisani will shed light on the Canadian Welding Bureau training center and the hands-on training available for welding enthusiasts.
  • CCS Operations Team: Chris Chinn, Charles Aubry, Jason Arnott, and Craig Kirby will share essential insights into Vehicle Assessment, Parts Management, Production Calendar, and Insurer Processes, providing attendees with the keys to success.
  • The Canadian Collision Specialist: Stefano Liessi will cover topics such as Performance & Profitability, Repair Planning, and Auditing Your Appraisals for Success, equipping attendees with practical tools to enhance their operations.
  • Aviva’s Initiatives: Grant Northcut, Vendor Relations Manager at Aviva Insurance, will also provide updates on Aviva’s ongoing projects, performance expectations and priorities
The conference will culminate with the CCS Awards Presentation at 3:00 pm, where exceptional individuals and organizations will be honored for their contributions to the collision repair industry. Awards include Customer Service Matters, Market Leadership, Length of Rental Performance, Community Impact, and CCS Innovation–stay tuned to Collision Repair magazine to see who comes out with hardware. Collision Repair magazine will be there to capture all of the action. Be sure to stay tuned to our socials–see the links below–and subscribe to our eZine for exclusive coverage.    

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