AL Conference Saturday March 15th

Collision Industry Meeting – Georgia Collision Repairers Invited

Saturday March 15 9:30 – 12:00 meeting at the Hampton Inn and Suites located at 4520 Galleria Blvd, Hoover, AL, 35244 – across the street from the Galleria and Patton Creek shopping area. 

With the changes continuing to occur in the collision repair industry from companies refusing to compensate for required procedures and processes, to the continuing issues on what are fair and reasonable rates, to steering/redirecting customers, to mandated programs [PartsTrader] the industry is indeed at a crossroads and industry members must decide to stand and fight for what is right, for the principles of freedom in operating a business.


  • John Mosley, owner of Clinton Body Shops in Clinton and Richland, Mississippi. In addition to owning Clinton Body Shops John Mosley is also the current President of the Mississippi Collision Repair Association and has been very involved in leading the fight within our industry.
  • Attorney John Eaves Jr of the Eaves Law Firm in Jackson, Mississippi. Represents repair facilities in Mississippi and has filed an injunction in Mississippi against the implementation of PartsTrader in the state of Mississippi.

Both John Mosley and John Eaves Jr have been actively traveling across the United States speaking to repair collision industry members through association meetings and in other gatherings about the problems facing the collision industry today.

The meeting will focus on the subjects of: Customer Retention, addressing the dilemma of steering/redirecting and documentation needs and requirements in your collision repair facility.

For attendees wishing to learn more about the legal challenges and lawsuits concerning PartsTrader, short pays (refusal to pay by insurers, the 1963 Consent Decree and more a discussion will follow at the end of the meeting on the subjects noted.

This meeting is open to anyone in the Collision Repair Industry (repairers and suppliers) as the issues facing the industry involve everyone in some fashion or form. You do not have to be a member of ALARISE to attend this meeting.

Southern Automotive Repair Conference

And be sure to visit the Southern Automotive Repair Conference website. Coming April 11-12.

If you are concerned with the direction of the collision repair industry and want to stand up for your principles of fairness and freedom of choice and if you want to see the collision industry move forward with change and working with technical schools to get people interested in becoming members of the workforce of tomorrow for this industry, we need your attendance and participation. If you care for the collision repair industry and want to see this industry grow and prosper then come and be a part of a group that wants the same. Everyone is different, everyone has opinions that will differ on some items but if any of these items mean something to you and are a concern for you and your business going forward you need to get involved.

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