I just returned from CIC and the lack of understanding about the seriousness of compliance with the new EPA 6H Rule really blew my mind. Maybe I am the only one in the room that believed this is a big deal, but I do know that the IL EPA is taking it seriously too, so here is the timetable once again.
Jan 10, 2010 - Initial notification This was the paperwork that you needed to file to let the EPA know that you understood that that rule was going to take effect in another year…Continue
Posted on January 17, 2011 at 5:33pm — 9 Comments
"Total Loss" band members Rick Tuuri and Rod Enlow performed at the 1st Annual Collision Industry Foundation Fundraiser on October 10th in Las Vegas. The event raised funds for the Foundations initiatives of Shops Against Hunger and title fee reimbursement for Recycled Rides. Next up, during the months of November and December, you can continue the good work in two ways:
Volunteer with your employees at a local food bank,and then…Continue
Posted on October 19, 2010 at 2:47pm
This Sunday October 10th a special fundraiser will be held at NACE in Las Vegas. The event will feature our very own, very talented Rod Enlow and Rick Tuuri starring as the musical duo of "Total Loss". We thought we would have a fun evening to raise awareness and some funds for the initiatives of the Collision Industry Foundation.
Shops Against Hunger is an industry wide project that started in April. The goal of the project is three fold,…Continue
Posted on October 5, 2010 at 12:38pm — 2 Comments
The Collision Industry Foundation is putting out a call to all members of the collision industry to help in its charitable work on behalf of the collision industry in 2010. There are two projects this year that have touched the hearts of the trustees, but we need participation of the entire industry.
CIF is trying to raise money for food banks around the country. We were told by Gerry Brisson of Gleaners Food Bank that $1 can feed a…Continue
Posted on August 26, 2010 at 11:45am
A friend of ours recently lost his shop to a fire. That in itself was a tragedy, but fortunately he had decent insurance, or so it seemed. As I hear it because his bank is the mortgage holder on his property, they called in the mortgage loan and took all of the insurance proceeds leaving him with no collateral, no loan and no financing for rebuilding. I have put in a call to our agent to see to whom the proceeds are payable and if we have enough insurance for a situation like this. It seems…Continue
Posted on April 24, 2010 at 11:37am — 5 Comments