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CEI to Showcase In-House Accident Appraisal Expertise at 2013 NAFA I&E

April 16, 2013 - Press Release

The CEI Group, Inc. (CEI) will put its in-house accident appraisal expertise on display as an exhibitor in the National Association of Fleet Administrators trade show at the Atlantic City Convention Center in New Jersey next week.

Members of CEI’s Quality Control department, led by Greg Neuman, a 35-year veteran of the collision repair business, will be available to discuss such topics as hidden damages and ways his 12-man department of licensed physical damage appraiser finds repair cost savings on the accidents it manages. CEI’s Quality Control department reviews every repair estimate for expense control, and last year generated documented savings of more than $9 million for its accident management clients.

“Our Quality Control team is one of the hallmarks of the way CEI handles fleet repairs,” said CEI President and Chief Operating Officer Vincent Brigidi. “We don’t think there’s any substitute for the knowledge of veteran licensed appraisers to determine the best and most cost-effective way to deliver safe and reliable repairs.”

CEI will also be raffling off an Apple iPad at booth 935. The trade show will be held Wednesday and Thursday, April 24 and 25.

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