If you’re relishing ditching the lousy January weather of your headquarters for the Palm Springs, Calif., Collision Industry Conference, why not prolong your sunshine with some of the other CIC Week events?
Anyone is welcome; SCRS membership isn’t required to attend.
The meeting will include updates from SCRS Executive Director Aaron Schulenburg and SCRS committees “outlining current and future work initiatives each group has undertaken on behalf of the membership,” SCRS wrote in an news release.
The highlight will be SCRS Education Committee Co-Chairmen Toby Chess and Kye Yeung’s annual presentation of “Kool Tools.” Chess and Yeung make the rounds at SEMA, collecting equipment they view as having high potential for a shop. They pay out-of-pocket to avoid bias and test out the gear before presenting their favorites at the January SCRS meeting, giving attendees an advance look before repeating the presentation at CIC.
“These highlighted tools often range from highly unique to ultra-affordable solutions that stand out as helpful in the collision repair process,” SCRS wrote in an news release.
Featured image: Society of Collision Repair Specialists Education Committee Co-Chairmen Toby Chess and Kye Yeung present “Kool Tools” during the January 2017 SCRS open board meeting. (John Huetter/Repairer Driven News)