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Kristen Felder, a member of the Automotive Service Association and CEO of CollisionHub.com, has been elected to a two-year term on the board of directors of the Women's Industry Network (WIN).
Another ASA member, Geralynn Kottschade, co-owner of Jerry's Body Shop in Mankato, Minn., and former ASA chairman, will continue to serve as the immediate past chairwoman.
And Denise Caspersen, manager of ASA's Collision Division, will serve as treasurer of WIN.
AkzoNobel Car Refinishes America is accepting nominations for the 2011 collision repair industry FIT Sustainability Award.
The award was launched as an innovative new program designed to complement the advancement of waterborne technology and to promote the unique contributions the collision repair industry is making to generate a sustainable future. "FIT" is an acronym for the three key measurement criteria of the award: Focus, Innovation and Talent. Recognition goes to enterprises that are pursuing sustainable and environmentally focused business solutions to the collision repair industry. The solutions should meet the needs of the present without compromising the needs of the future.
Park Place Bodywerks in Dallas was one of the first recipients of the award for its efforts to identify and implement greener ways to work. Its winning the award was reported in the June 2010 issue of AutoInc.
For more information on the FIT Sustainability Award, visit www.sikkens.net. Nominations will be accepted through Nov. 30.
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