Darrell Amberson to serve as MSO Symposium’s 2019 Event Moderator

Darrell Amberson

NORTH RICHLAND HILLS, Texas, Sept. 17, 2019 – Darrell Amberson of LaMettry’s Collision Center will be moderating the 2019 MSO Symposium, being held from 11:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 4 at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas.

The Automotive Service Association (ASA) and its board of directors made the announcement.

Amberson, former chairman of ASA’s Board of Directors, has been an attendee of the event since its inception in 2011, and he was an ASA board member when Ron Nagy and other industry peers first dreamed of the event.

“The MSO Symposium is an event like no other. It is exceedingly informative with industry data, particularly as it pertains to MSOs,” Amberson said. “It’s a rare opportunity to learn from some of the largest repairers, and further understand what they have done to navigate the challenges we experience,” he continues. “Every year it provides guidance as to how I should direct my employees and our organization.”

This year’s MSO Symposium in Las Vegas encompasses networking opportunities and a dynamic and interactive agenda set to assist large and growing repair facilities with their business’ efficiency and productivity. Some of the sessions include a deeper dive into: increased use of technology as it relates to FNOL, the future of DRP and OEM certification programs, ride sharing expansion, photo estimating and the changing demands of the vehicle owner, and the evolution of Dealership MSOs.

“I look forward to participating as moderator of the 8th annual MSO Symposium, and joining my peers in this ultimate peer-learning experience,” Amberson said. “Gaining access to industry trends, hearing what other MSOs are doing, and understanding where and how our customer’s experience is being impacted is vital. I don’t know where else you can get that kind of information.”

Last year’s event represented more than 4,000 collision repair facilities with a total annual revenue exceeding $7 billion.

The program continues to evolve, including a move several years ago that expanded the list of companies and individuals that could attend. This inclusion of insurers, OEMs, and large independent repair facilities has proven to be visionary for the event and the industry.

If interested in registering for the 2019 event, please be advised that attendance is limited and you must qualify to attend. Qualification standards are met by insurers, OEMs, multi-shops operators, and single location repair facilities with revenue exceeding $3 million in annual sales. The only exception is the limited number of sponsors that help underwrite the event. More information can be found at: msosymposium.com

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