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Service King Collision Repair Centers announced it has acquired Marco’s Collision Centers

Service King Collision Repair Centers announced it has acquired Marco’s Collision Centers, a multi-shop operator in California.

Founded by Marco Maimone in 1972, Marco’s Collision Centers established a reputation for superior customer service among its California consumers. The company has since expanded to seven locations across the state capable of servicing more than 800 vehicles per month under the guidance of current CEO Lillian Maimone.

“Service King chose us because of our people and strong infrastructure,” said Lillian Maimone. “I chose them because of who they are: a company of integrity that cares about their employees. I’m proud that my employees are in a safe home with people that care and can afford them opportunities I could never have given them.”

With the acquisition, Service King will now operate 12 locations in California with future growth planned for later this year.

“The acquisition of these seven Southern California locations supports our strategic growth plan to expand our footprint in underserved markets,” said Chris Abraham, Service King CEO. “The Marco’s Collision Centers’ team has a long history of delivering impressive results, and we’re proud to welcome them to the Service King family.”

Rooted in parallel values, Service King states that its acquisition of Marco’s furthers its initiative to provide the California market with consistent and superior collision repair service.

“Over the past 40 years, Marco’s Collision Centers has built its reputation by offering consumers high quality repairs with exceptional service,” said Alan Saviano, Service King director of operations in California. “We look forward to continuing that reputation and being a part of the communities they serve.”

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Service King Collision Repair Centers

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