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Women’s Industry Network Surpasses 400 Members In 2015

The Women's Industry Network (WIN) has reported that record membership numbers have been achieved in 2015. The organization recently revealed that the group is now comprised of more than 400 women and men from a vast number of segments within the collision repair industry.

Womens-Industry-Network-Logo-300x154The Women’s Industry Network (WIN) has reported that record membership numbers have been achieved in 2015. The organization recently revealed that the group is now comprised of more than 400 women and men from a vast number of segments within the collision repair industry.

Denise Caspersen, current WIN chair, attributed the growth to an increase in industry outreach, last year’s #ALLIN4WIN membership drive and the dedication of the organization’s members.

“We are fortunate to have a group of individuals within WIN who are not only members, but are also advocates for the group and share the WIN message frequently and enthusiastically,” said Caspersen.

The 2016 membership drive is planned for October, spearheaded by Mary Kunz, chair of the membership committee. Kunz says she is looking forward to exceeding the results of last year’s drive.

“As a 10-year member of WIN I am thrilled to see the steady growth in our membership numbers and excited to watch WIN surpass the 400 mark this year,” said Kunz. “It is encouraging to see so many women and men taking advantage of all that WIN has to offer including our one-of-kind annual education conference; our many scholarship opportunities; and our supportive networking/mentoring culture.”

For information on becoming a member of the Women’s Industry Network and the upcoming #ALLIN4WINWIN membership drive, visit womensindustrynetwork.com.

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