Crash Optics Vlog Ep 1

Written by Bill Sefcek

Jun 17, 2020

June 17, 2020

Podcast Episode 1

Announcing the new Crash Optics Vlog by Bill Sefcek of Stan Mitchell Enterprises


Stan Mitchell Enterprises launches “CRASH OPTICS

June 20, 2020 – Bonita Springs Florida based Stan Mitchell Enterprises introduces a periodic short message podcast series focused on the QUALITY minded Collision Repair Technician.    This is designed to be an opportunity to share observations gathered in many years of shop interactions.  Stan Mitchell Enterprises remains today engaged in the general shop dynamic across the country.

“It is time for technicians to engage fully in the industry they have chosen as a career”, says Bill Sefcek, Stan Mitchells president. The technician is truly the responsible party for the completion of quality collision repairs.  I am confident we can draw on engaged techs to push up the required efficiencies in work-flows and systems as well as real world front line perspectives on appropriate and satisfactory methods, equipment, and material use demanded in the remanufacturing repair process.  It has been my experience the quality minded repair technician is eager and passionate to the demonstration of uncompromised skills.

The series is currently intended to be weekly and encourages feedback on topics that are at the root of challenges faced in the work environment and especially in the culture of successful tool to task efforts.

We encourage those interested to please go to and follow social media sites for access to the messages.  Please contact SME, through the site for additional information.

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