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Caliber Collision Acquires Golden State Collision Repair Centers

Acquisition of 12 Northern California locations brings total number of shops to 144.

Caliber Collision Centers announced that it has acquired Golden State Collision Repair Centers. The acquisition brings the total number of Caliber centers to 144.

Recognized as one of the premier collision repair companies in Northern California, Golden State Collision Repair Centers has 12 locations in and around the Sacramento market.

“Our acquisition of Golden State Collision Repair Centers marks our initial expansion into the Northern California market," said Steve Grimshaw, Caliber Collision CEO. "After spending time with Golden State’s management team, it was obvious that Golden State aligns perfectly with Caliber by delivering industry-leading customer satisfaction across all 12 Sacramento area locations.”

Added Bruce Mackie, president of Golden State, “We are proud that Golden State Collision Repair Centers is now a part of the nation’s leading collision repair provider. This combination will allow the company to continue to grow, while providing Golden State’s customers with the same high standards of quality and personal service that has become our trademark. It will also provide Golden State’s staff and their families new advancement opportunities and a secure future in the dynamic collision repair industry.”


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