ABRA Auto Body & Glass Adds Muscatine, Iowa Franchise - BodyShop Business

ABRA Auto Body & Glass Adds Muscatine, Iowa Franchise

Minneapolis-based ABRA Auto Body & Glass recently announced the opening of its 98th repair center.
Located in Muscatine, Iowa, this is the second ABRA franchise awarded to
brothers Tim and Jeff Weber.

“We are very happy with the
success of their franchise in Dubuque, Iowa," said Mark Wahlin, vice president of franchising. "Their success can be
attributed to their team’s in-depth knowledge of the damaged vehicle
repair industry, and their emphasis on integrity. Their professional
staff and leadership fit perfectly with our corporate philosophy, and we
feel confident that the Muscatine location will perform up to the high
standards expected of all ABRA centers.”

The 6,000-square-foot repair center, located within the Weber Toyota dealership, is outfitted with state-of-the art
equipment, including a Ultra Liner 360 Rack, an Allvis Auto Measuring
System and a Uni-Cure Paint Booth.

When asked of his decision to open an additional ABRA franchise, Tim
Weber responded, “Our affiliation with ABRA has been very rewarding
primarily because of their commitment to superior service and excellent
craftsmanship. The procedures, training and marketing support provided
by their corporate staff allow us to deliver industry-leading levels of
efficiency and quality."

ABRA Auto Body & Glass is a national damaged vehicle repair company
specializing in collision repair, paintless dent removal, and auto glass
repair and replacement. Started with one repair center in 1984, they
have grown to 98 facilities in 11 states. 


More information:

ABRA Auto Body & Glass

ABRA Opens New Salt Lake City Location

ABRA Acquires Colorado Shop

 


 

 



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