Crash Champions Acquires Annie’s Collision Center in Fort Myers, Fla.

Crash Champions Acquires Annie’s Collision Center in Florida

The addition of Annie’s will serve as Crash’s 13th location in the state and marks the company’s second location in Southwest Florida, along with Sarasota.

Crash Champions, LLC announced it has acquired Annie’s Collision Center, a family-owned auto body shop located in Fort Myers, Fla. The addition of Annie’s will serve as Crash’s 13th location in the state and marks the company’s second location in Southwest Florida, along with Sarasota.

“Annie’s represents a key addition to our expanding presence in Florida,” said Matt Ebert, founder and CEO of Crash Champions. “Greg and his team have done a tremendous job in establishing a high-quality facility with talented employees that care about their craft and their customers, and we are proud to welcome them into the Crash Champions’ family. We look forward to using our resources to further enhance the offerings available to residents of the Ft. Myers community under the Crash banner.”

Added Annie’s Collision Center Owner Greg Snyder, “For over 40 years, we have worked hard to provide the members of our community with high-quality repairs and peace of mind while treating them with the respect and compassion they deserve. Crash Champions shares our dedication to operational excellence and the customer experience, which is why I am confident that they will continue to build on the success that we have achieved to date. Joining the Crash family is a significant milestone for our company, and I am excited about the new opportunities this will allow our customers and employees.”

For more information about Crash Champions, visit crashchampions.com.

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