Oak Creek, WI (August 3, 2016) — The National Auto Body Council (NABC) announces it is now accepting nominations for seven open seats for its Board of Directors. Deadline for nominations is Friday, September 2.

Board candidates may be self-nominated or an industry professional nominated by three members of the National Auto Body Council NABC). To qualify, the nominee must be either an individual member of the National Auto Body Council or the designated representative of a company member. NABC Board members are elected for three-year terms.

All nominations must be submitted in writing. The election will take place at NABC’s upcoming Annual Meeting in November at the SEMA Conference in Las Vegas. Per NABC Bylaws, proxy voting and nominations from the floor are not allowed.

Current NABC Board members whose terms are ending this year may also seek re-election and they include:

  • Craig Camacho, the Designated Representative for Silver member, 3D Auto Body & Collision Centers.
  • Elizabeth Clark, the Designated Representative for Diamond member, State Farm.
  • Bill Mayer, the Designated Representative for Diamond member, Insurance Auto Auctions.
  • Anthony Natale, the Designated Representative for Diamond member, Dent Concepts.
  • Jeff Peevy, Individual Member.
  • Renee Ricciotti, the Designated Representative for Diamond member, 3M Automotive
  • Eric Showalter, the Designated Representative for Bronze member, Washburn Tech.

“We welcome nominations from all segments of the collision industry for leaders who are willing to invest the time and effort to help guide the organization in our ongoing efforts to promote community initiatives that exemplify the professionalism and integrity of the collision industry,” said Chuck Sulkala, NABC Executive Director.

NABC initiatives include the successful and popular Recycled Rides™ program as well as other NABC community service programs include First Responder Emergency Extrication (FREE™), and the Distracted Driving initiative.

Nominations for NABC board seats must be submitted in writing:

For more information about NABC Board member roles and responsibilities, please contact Chuck Sulkala directly.

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About the National Auto Body Council:
The National Auto Body Council (NABC) develops, implements and promotes community-based initiatives that exemplify the professionalism and integrity of the collision repair industry. Members of the National Auto Body Council are recognized and acknowledged as responsible businesses that give back to the communities they serve. For more information, contact the National Auto Body Council at 1-888-667-7433 or at www.NationalAutoBodyCouncil.org. Visit us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/NationalAutoBodyCouncil. The NABC’s Twitter feed is @AutoBodyCouncil.