Excellence in Community Service
The Excellence in Community Service Award was created to celebrate outstanding charitable efforts and volunteerism in the collision industry. The award recognizes exceptional service initiatives that improve the quality of life for individuals or the community at large. Nominations could be for specific projects and campaigns, or to highlight ongoing commitment to charitable service within and outside the collision industry.
Award of Distinction
Do you know someone or an organization in the industry who has done something selfless and extraordinary for the benefit of others? If so, you may wish to nominate that person or group for the prestigious Award of Distinction, sponsored and presented by the National Auto Body Council (NABC).
This is a new chapter in award-giving and recognition by the National Auto Body Council. The PRIDE Award has been retired, but those who have won the award remain top of mind for the way they have touched the world around them. The Award of Distinction is true to this spirit, embodying the National Auto Body Council’s spirit and mission to promote the image of the collision repair industry. It provides a vehicle through which the National Auto Body Council can continue to recognize those individuals or groups from the industry that selflessly give of themselves for the benefit of others, and at the same time are promoting the image of the collision industry.
The award will be given for bravery, philanthropy, charity, and selfless acts of kindness. It transcends the rigors of daily business and reaches out to uncover those who wish to help humanity without seeking recognition for themselves.
Body Shop Image Award
The Body Shop Image Award calls attention to the beneficial impact an attractive, well-designed facility will have on its surrounding community. This new award embodies the spirit and mission of the National Auto Body Council to promote the image of the collision repair industry and become a vital asset to the neighborhood.
Nominations for the award are open to any body shop remodeling project to be completed during the calendar year. One winner will be chosen and three runners up will be recognized.