Church Brothers Collision Joins AutoBody Alliance Shop Network - BodyShop Business

Church Brothers Collision Joins AutoBody Alliance Shop Network

Church Brothers Collision Repair, with six locations in the Indianapolis area, has been approved to join the AutoBody Alliance network of repair facilities. AutoBody Alliance says its members are carefully selected based on a number of strict certification requirements, providing a network of quality body shops throughout the country.

AutoBody Alliance says its member facilities provide a lifetime warranty to consumers and use qualified technicians and modern technology to bring vehicles to pre-accident condition.

AutoBody Alliance is a network of autobody repair facilities throughout the country available to consumers searching online for body shops, as well as to insurance carriers wanting to expand their areas of shop coverage. AutoBody Alliance provides an online search, the ability for carriers to tailor their own network list and electronically dispatch and track assignments. AutoBody Alliance is offered by Quality Claims Solutions, a provider of value-added services to the insurance industry.

Family-owned Church Brothers Collision Repair was founded in 1929 by brothers Noel and Clem Church. Church Brothers prides itself in maintaining a business with excellent customer service, quality repairs and fair pricing.

“We’re excited to have Church Brothers added into the network,” said Steve Bruce, president of Quality Claims Solutions. “They bring the type of high quality service and repairs that we strive for with Autobody Alliance.”


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Church Brothers Collision Repair

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