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August 8 – 10, 2018, Atlanta, GA, USA

Co-located Events

Automotive Service and Collision Repair Week

NACE Automechanika Atlanta is excited to offer a host of special events focused on connecting you with other industry professionals. Please review the list below to assist with your planning. We look forward to seeing you during the Automotive Service and Collision Repair Week.

*Registration and costs may be associated with individual events not included in the admission into NACE Automechanika Atlanta. Click on the links for additional details.

The Collision Repair Education Foundation's annual golf fundraiser will be held as a part of the 2018 NACE Automechanika Atlanta/Automotive Service and Collision Repair Week. Golfers will enjoy a round of golf at one of Atlanta's scenic golf courses. Join us Monday, August 6, 2018. Click our logo above to register, sponsor or additional details.

The Collision Industry Conference (CIC) is pleased to host their event at NACE Automechanika Atlanta 2018. The conference is open to all interested individuals of all segments of the industry including repairers, insurers, paint and material companies, equipment, vehicle manufacturers, data providers, representatives of trade associations and anyone with an interest in creating a more professional industry. The agenda has time set aside for participants to publicly address their concerns that are not on the published agenda through the time set aside as "open microphone."

I-CAR offers a variety of educational and training recognition programs for the collision repair industry. Vehicles are increasingly complex, making properly trained technicians vital to ensuring complete, safe and quality repairs.

Please click on the logo above to see the classes available during NACE Automechanika 2018. We look forward to seeing you August 8 - 10.

The Advanced Technology & Diagnostic Repair Forum (ATDRF) is the leading program in the collision industry focusing on advanced automotive technology that is redefining the scope of a proper repair after the vehicle was involved in an accident. Attendees will learn about the technology in today’s vehicle with a look towards the next 12-36 months. Click on the logo for more information.

The MSO Symposium offers an in-depth perspective of the future of the collision repair industry. Driven by data, analytics and technology, collision repairers will get insight as to what changes they need to prepare for in the years ahead. This event is attended by dynamic, high-growth executives from MSOs, owners of large independent collision repair shops, and insurance professionals. The MSO Symposium is exclusively open only to people within these categories, with the exception of the very limited number of industry sponsors allowed to participate. Click on the logo for more the schedule and additional information.

The Atlanta I-CAR Committee is pleased to host the Rockin’ Rides Car Show at the 2018 edition of NACE Automechanika Atlanta with nearly 100 cars, trucks and bikes expected. Anticipating thousands of attendees, the car show promises to showcase the hottest and most unique vehicles in the southeast.