Caliber Collision Expands in Colorado - BodyShop Business

Caliber Collision Expands in Colorado

Acquisition of Arthurs Auto Collision & Paint Inc. brings total number of stores to 16 in Colorado; 191 nationwide.

Caliber Collision Centers continues its expansion in Colorado with the acquisition of Arthurs Auto Collision & Paint Inc. The latest acquisition increases the total number of stores to 16 in Colorado and 191 in the U.S.

Arthurs Auto Collision & Paint has been in business for the past 10 years and has three locations within Colorado Springs and Falcon.

“The Arthurs Collision facilities and management team are perfectly aligned with our purpose, vision and mission by consistently delivering unparalleled customer satisfaction and industry-leading operational consistency in the Colorado Springs area for many years,” said Steve Grimshaw, CEO of Caliber Collision. “We are very excited to add these new members to the Caliber family.”

Added Glenn Covert, president of Arthurs Collision & Paint, “We created a company and a team of stakeholders where people want to work and give back to their community. We are pleased that Caliber Collision will offer employees a bright future, while serving the community in the fashion they have come to expect.”         

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