Certified Collision Group (CCG) announced the appointment of Michael Quinn as director of business development, Western Region.
An industry veteran of over 30 years, Quinn was co-founder and CEO of 911 Collision Centers, where he built seven successful repair facilities in Arizona and Nevada. Quinn has served the industry in many capacities, including as chairman of the Collision Industry Conference (CIC) from 2011-2012. Additionally, Quinn helped launch and chaired the successful industrywide vehicle gifting program Recycled Rides while serving on the National Auto Body Council (NABC) Board of Directors.
“We are very pleased to have Mike join our executive management team,” said Bruce Bares, CEO/president of CCG. “He is a trusted leader in the collision repair community and well respected by repairers, insurers, OEMs and vendors alike. Mike will be an outstanding liaison and advocate for our affiliates and our internal CCG team as we grow beyond 100 locations this summer.”
Quinn added, “I’m excited to work with the CCG team and respected industry veterans like Bruce Bares and Tom Adams. I am committed to the goal of building out an elite network of DRP-centric, performance focused, OE-certified repair centers across the U.S. It’s widely known that many independent repairers consistently operate at a higher level than others. I believe CCG’s stringent methodology in considering only the highest quality affiliates for network participation creates long-term value for our strategic business partners and consumers alike. It’s truly a win-win-win model for the industry that I am proud to be a part of.”