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Moseley resigns from National Body Repair Association

Moseley resigns from National Body Repair Association.

The National Body Repair Association (NBRA) – a federated association of the Retail Motor Industry Federation - has announced the resignation of its director, Jason Moseley (pictured). 

He will continue to support and lead the operation until he leaves in October.

The process to appoint a new director has started and is being led by the NBRA executive committee.

Roger Collings, NBRA chairman, said: “Jason has been instrumental in raising the reputation and profile of the NBRA as the true voice of collision repairers. I wish him well for his next challenge.

“The NBRA executive will now work diligently to appoint a successor and we will make a further announcement in due course.”

 

 

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