Alabama Automotive Repair Industry Society of Excellence – ALARISE is a statewide organization comprised of members from automotive repairers, automotive repair industry suppliers (parts and materials) and associated automotive industry affiliates. ALARISE and the membership of ALARISE are committed to awareness and education for the consumer and for the industry.
Georgia Collision Industry Association – GCIA was formed in 1998 by a few dedicated and concerned industry leaders from around the State of Georgia. The members of the GCIA are professionals from the automotive collision repair industry. The vision of the GCIA is simple: “To Promote Professionalism and Consumer Awareness of the Automotive Collision Repair Industry in the State of Georgia.”
Louisiana Collision Industry Association – LaCIA is an organization that was started so that independent collision repair shops in Louisiana have a chance to exchange ideas and provide a voice for the collision repair professionals. LaCIA is committed to serving in the best interests of the collision repair industry through education, support, leadership, and networking. We hope to achieve the open sharing and exchanging of ideas to help make this field better for everyone who serves it.
Mississippi Collision Repair Association – MSCRA promotes professionalism and consumer awareness of the collision repair industry in the state of Mississippi. MSCRA organizers have taken the lead in spearheading industry change for the benefit of shops and as well as the general public. The goal of members is to serve the automotive repair needs of all their customers.
Tennessee Collision Repairers Association – TCRA was formed in 2007 with a mission to develop a forum for the interaction and exchange of ideas among collision repair facilities located in the State of Tennessee, to promote ethical and best practices, and to educate its membership in all matters relevant to the industry and the associations objectives. TCRA is an affiliate of SCRS.