ABRA Auto Body & Glass Franchise Opens in Wisconsin - BodyShop Business

ABRA Auto Body & Glass Franchise Opens in Wisconsin

Dahl Automotive in La Crosse, Wis., announced the grand opening of an ABRA Auto Body and Glass franchise.

Now open for business, the new franchise is located within Dahl Automotive’s existing body shop facility located at 1 Copeland Avenue in La Crosse.

With the addition of ABRA Auto Body and Glass, Dahl Automotive says customers will notice new systems being applied with the goal of improving overall guest experience, while familiar technicians will remain in place at the shop. Dahl says its experienced and dedicated team members, as well as new Body Shop General Manager Jeremy McGrane, will continue to be available to answer guest questions and address body shop needs.

“Dahl Automotive is a progressive organization, and we take pride in our ongoing quest for improvement in every aspect of our operations,” said Andrew Dahl, co-owner of Dahl Automotive. “That’s why we decided an ABRA franchise was the right fit for us. We consider ABRA Auto Body and Glass to be the expert in the collision repair industry. They bring years of industry knowledge and experience, and their corporate support team is in line with our Core Values. Those values include growing and inspiring our team members through Servant Leadership as well as having a passion for what we do within our business.”

McGrane said, “On behalf of the entire Dahl Automotive and ABRA Auto Body and Glass team, we look forward to serving our Coulee region guests and exceeding their expectations.”

At 100 years old, Dahl Automotive is the ninth-oldest family-owned Ford dealership in the nation. The expanding company now employs more than 150 team members. It has dealerships in La Crosse and Onalaska, Wis., offering a vehicle lineup of Mazda, Ford, Lincoln, Subaru and Hyundai, as well as the Winona, Minn., location offering Toyota models.

More information:

ABRA Auto Body & Glass

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