ACD, a national leader in claims management, advisory, audit and technology solutions to the property and casualty industry is pleased to announce its Gold membership with the National Auto Body Council (NABC).
The National Auto Body Council (NABC) is a not-for-profit organization committed to the goal of improving the image of all dedicated collision industry professionals. ACD joins twenty-one other industry leaders whose Gold level membership provides support for the NABC’s mission to promote a positive image of the collision industry.
“We at ACD feel that it’s vital to be engaged in our entire industry and as part of the insurance/auto repair value chain we were very impressed with the NABC’s array of initiatives. We are very excited and looking forward to participating in the Recycled Rides program this year. The NABC and ACD are committed to giving back to our communities and we’re proud to be able to help,” said Ernie Bray, CEO of ACD.
“The National Auto Body Council’s Recycled Rides is a unique program in which collision repairers, insurers, rental car companies, paint suppliers, parts vendors and others collaborate to repair and donate vehicles to deserving individuals and service organizations in local communities nationwide. Since the program’s inception in 2007, close to 1,000 vehicles have been donated through NABC’s Recycled Rides program,” said Kim Kimbriel, PR/Marketing Manager National Auto Body Council.
Barry Barbee, Director of Client Relations at ACD stated that the Ronald McDonald House Charities are among the first Recycled Rides recipients planned for 2014. “I know first hand how beneficial Ronald McDonald Houses are, having spent nearly 4 weeks there while my son Andrew was being cared for in the Macon, Georgia Neonatal Unit. We encourage the collision and insurance industries to join forces with us to support this incredible organization,” stated Barbee.