Alamo Body and Paint Opens Second Location in Shertz, Texas

Alamo Body and Paint Opens Second Location in Shertz, Texas

With the acquisition of Auto Collision Works, Alamo Body and Paint will open its second location in Schertz, Texas, on May 22, 2017.

Alamo Body and Paint, LLC, announced that, with the acquisition of Auto Collision Works, it will open its second location in Schertz, Texas, on May 22, 2017.

“We are excited to be adding a second location,” said Mark Fuller, CEO of Alamo Body and Paint. “We look forward to serving the Schertz market and are committed to continuing Auto Collision Works’ tradition of exceptional customer service and quality repair work.”

Previously, Auto Collision Works and its sister company, Schertz Auto Service, a full-service mechanical repair facility, were co-located at 1205 Borgfeld Rd. in Schertz. With the sale of the collision business, Schertz Auto Service will move to its new location at 1000 FM 3009, just three minutes away from its previous location.

“I am looking forward to relocating to our new state-of-the-art mechanical repair facility and focusing my efforts on continuing to provide the exceptional mechanical repair services the Schertz community has enjoyed for many years,” said Mark Roberts, CEO of Schertz Auto Service.

Added Fuller, “We plan to work closely with Schertz Auto Services to serve or common customers.”

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