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Friday October 10

Hertz and Sherwin Williams Appointed to CIECA Board

Rick Palmer, CEO, ComputerLogic, Inc., and Chairman of the CIECA Board of Trustees, has announced that Hertz and Sherwin-Williams Automotive Finishes Corp. were appointed to the Board of Trustees at the October 1st Board Meeting in Boston.

Hertz operates approximately 7,000 car rental locations in more than 150 countries. Hertz’s suburban network, including Hertz Local Edition, includes more than 900 neighborhood rental locations.

Martin Aita, representing Hertz on the Board, said, “Hertz is very excited to join CIECA’s Board and looks forward to taking an active role in the association. The Board position will provide Hertz with the opportunity to support CIECA in their mission of developing standards for the effective use of electronic commerce in the collision industry.”

Sherwin-Williams was founded by Henry Sherwin and Edward Williams in 1866. Since then, Sherwin-Williams has grown to become one of the world's leading manufacturers of automotive refinishing products and supplies.

Robert (Bob) Quigley, representing Sherwin-Williams on the Board, said that he is “looking forward to contributing to the Board and to a great partnership with CIECA.”

The appointment of Hertz and Sherwin-Williams to the Board of Trustees underscores CIECA’s continuing commitment to attract the best resources in the industry to help CIECA fulfill its mission, which is, “to facilitate the implementation of Electronic Commerce and provide a forum and methods to develop and maintain objective, unbiased, and uniform Electronic Commerce standards and guidelines that encourage open competition and free choice, and are in the best interest of all entities conducting business with and within the Collision Industry.”

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