Nebraska Mission Statement"The NABA is determined to promote a culture that inspires, quality repairs in a safe working environment that enables a better way of life both the for the repairers and consumer alike. We believe it is our duty to create a place where professionals can communicate, with each other as well as to the public. To lead, to teach and prosper together.”
Nebraska Auto Body Association
The Nebraska Auto Body Association wrapped up 2015 with a successful meeting in Grand Island, Nebraska, November 14th. The second year of this revitalized association has continued to build a strong infrastructure.
In its new 2 year history, the NABA meeting topics have been: Parts Trader, Mike Anderson Estimating Seminar, GM My Price Link Webinar, Collision Diagnostic Seminar and much more. The 2016 roster has another Mike Anderson seminar next March.
Elections were held this year and the NABA welcomes a new slate of officers. President Trevor Emahizer, Collision Repair Center GM at Plaza Buick-GMC, Omaha; Vice-President , Dave Yard, The Collision Center, Ashland; Secretary-Treasurer, Scott Meints, Joe’s Body Shop, Lincoln; Past-President , Troy Kimble, Heckman Body and Repair, Wisner; Director, Tom Tracy, Tracy’s Body Shop, Lincoln; Doug Keller, Eustis Body Shop, Eustis; and Todd Barnard, Imperial Auto Renewal, Imperial.
The current Board wants to thank the past Directors for their strong support through thick and thin: Mel Hunke, Dennis Mitchell and Chris Hunke. The Board also wants to recognize, with deep respect and appreciation, the members and sponsors of the Nebraska Auto Body Association . Everyone is looking forward to a great inter-industry strong 2016.