CIC Opens Simple Survey for Industry Issues, Topics for Meetings
November 15, 2018 - Pasco, Washington - The Collision Industry Conference (CIC) 2019-2020 Chairman Jeff Peevy wants feedback from the industry on issues they face in today's collision repair market. The ten-question survey will contribute this information to what is commonly referred to as the "planning meeting" of CIC, held January 16-17, 2019 in Palm Springs, Ca. This gives anyone opportunity to shape the future of issues addressed by the committees through the next two years.
Link to Survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/MTNFRC6
Hoping to gain further insight to day-to-day pain points, the newly appointed Chairman is looking for all segments to give their thoughts, saying, "As I prepare for my first meeting as Chair of this conference, I want to ensure we understand the issues and opportunities from as many individuals and segments as possible. This means the perspective from collision repair technicians, owner/managers and insurers, suppliers, OEM's and others. The collective feedback will help us identify common ground to move forward on, sincerely and respectfully. I want to be as open for feedback as possible."
Filling out the simple survey is an easy way to contribute to the betterment of the collision industry as a whole. To attend the January CIC meeting, simply register online in advance, or show up at the door.
JANUARY 16-17: (WED / THURS)
PALM SPRINGS, CALIFORNIA
Palm Springs Hilton
Reservations: 1-800-445-8667 (CIC Rate: $174)
Online Hotel Reservations
Meeting Time: 8:00am - 5:00pm Thursday Only
Reception: 6:30pm Wednesday
To see the full meeting schedule or sign up to attend, please visit: www.ciclink.com. To receive email alerts, send an email to email@example.com with your request.
The Collision Industry Conference (CIC) is a forum made up of participants from all industry segments for the expressed purpose of discussing and exploring the issues that occur among them, to fulfill the mission of "A collision industry in which all segments work together to enable a complete, safe, and quality repair". Through discussion and research during meetings and extensive interim committee work, CIC attempts to form consensus on various issues, aware that all such findings are nonbinding and voluntarily accepted. More information and upcoming meeting schedule may be found at www.ciclink.com