Sullivan PDR Estimator™ Returns to NACE Expo with iPads in 2012

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Paintless Dent Repair estimating innovator to exhibit at New Orleans with iPad giveaway.

"...now that you can take a tablet or a laptop right to the car and get a PDR estimate on the spot---things are really cooking!"

Sullivan PDR Estimator™ will return to the world’s largest autobody event with an iPad giveaway this October, after introducing its groundbreaking software at NACE 2011 and opening for business earlier this year. “We were thrilled to create so much excitement last year,” says owner, Jim Sullivan, “and now that we’re open for business, we expect the buzz in our booth this year to be even hotter! So many insurers, shops, and technicians told us last year that we were really onto something,” continues Sullivan, “but now that we’re a reality---now that you can take a tablet or a laptop right to the car and get a PDR estimate on the spot---things are really cooking!”
The Sullivan PDR Estimator™ (SPDRE) is a patent-pending web application that allows anyone to estimate dents of any size for paintless dent repair. This greatly increases the efficiency of the PDR industry in several ways, not the least of which is that estimates may be done right at the vehicle with any web-connected iPad or Android tablet device, or laptop computer. “We’re so excited about the tablets that we’re giving away two iPads at the show”, says Sullivan. The firm plans to have two drawings during this year’s NACE Expo, and will allow every visitor to its booth to enter the drawing.

About the iPad Giveaway
For additional information about the SPDRE iPad Giveaway, please visit: http://www.sullivanpdrestimator.com/nace-ipad-giveaway/

About Sullivan PDR Estimator™
The Sullivan PDR Estimator™ web application is a Patent-Pending software created by co-inventors Jim Sullivan and Jack Pelham. The service launched in June 2012 after several years in development and an exciting introduction to the automotive industry at the 2011 NACE Exposition. The system includes two separate applications: one for estimating dents of any size, and the other is customized for hail damage.

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