BumperDoc Franchise One of 100 Fastest-Growing Private Companies in San Diego - BodyShop Business

BumperDoc Franchise One of 100 Fastest-Growing Private Companies in San Diego

BumperDoc, Inc., an automotive appearance and body repair specialist company, was named one of  the 100 Fastest Growing Private Companies in San Diego in a list compiled annually by the San Diego Business Journal.

The list entails a growth rate for companies over a three-year period. The company also was named Outstanding Emerging Business of the Year for 2009 in the small business category (1-50 employees) by the San Diego Chamber of Commerce.

"This tremendous recognition is a testament that our company’s mission to provide high-quality repairs, while saving customers time and money with our ample range of services and offering outstanding customer service is on the right path," said Triston Miller, CEO of BumperDoc. "It is a great reward to be recognized for our efforts by San Diego Business Journal’s prominent list."

BumperDoc started as a mobile van in 2001. In 2004, BumperDoc transitioned into a storefront facility. In 2008, it opened its first franchise in North County San Diego.

BumperDoc offers traditional collision repair and a variety of automotive appearance services. BumperDoc’s model chooses to recondition versus replacing parts by all means necessary and offers customers seven other services for their auto appearance needs.

Visit www.bumperdoc.com for more information.

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