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WIN acknowledges 2013 corporate sponsors

Friday, March 8, 2013 - 08:49

The Women’s Industry Network (WIN) is committed to continuing its mission of engaging women in the Collision Repair Industry, and we depend upon the support and generosity of individuals and organizations in the industry to do so. Sponsors are our lifeblood. Without the generosity of the companies that support our mission, we would not be able to offer the programs, scholarships, or other opportunities to the women throughout the collision repair industry.


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WIN would like to thank these organizations that have generously committed their support of WIN through 2013 corporate sponsorships:

Gold Sponsors ($10,000)
AkzoNobel
DuPont Performance Coatings

Silver Sponsors ($5,000)
Allstate Insurance Company
BASF Corporation
Enterprise Rent-A-Car Company
National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE)
State Farm Insurance
The 3M Company
The Hertz Corporation
Valspar Corporation

Bronze Sponsors ($2,500):
Audatex North America, Inc., a Solera Company
CARSTAR
CCC Information Services Inc.
Certified Automotive Parts Association
Dent Wizard International
FinishMaster Inc.
Fix Auto USA
GEICO
Insurance Auto Auctions
MetLife Auto & Home
Mitchell International
PPG Industries Inc.
Safelite Solutions
Sherwin-Williams Automotive Finishes
Service King Collision Repair Centers
Sterling Autobody
Symphony Advisors, LLC

Why do sponsors support WIN? WIN provides a unique industry setting where women can connect with peers in the industry to share different perspectives, challenges, and ideas to improve the industry. WIN offers educational opportunities that recognize the unique roles women play in this industry, and supports their career development. For more information about WIN Sponsorship opportunities, please visit http://thewomensindustrynetwork.ning.com/page/become-a-sponsor

Or contact Susanna Gotsch at sgotsch@cccis.com.


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