Crash Champions Acquires Performance Collision Centers

Crash Champions Acquires Performance Collision Centers

Crash Champions has acquired Performance Collision Centers and its nine locations across Virginia, South Carolina and Georgia.

Crash Champions has announced the acquisition of Performance Collision Centers and its nine locations across Virginia, South Carolina and Georgia. The acquisition officially closed March 1, with operations transitioning immediately to Crash Champions.

“This acquisition represents tremendous positive momentum as we welcome a proven organization to Crash Champions,” said Matt Ebert, founder and CEO of Crash Champions. “The Performance Collision Centers team and its nine locations have a strong legacy of delivering consistent, high-quality repair service across the Southeast. We look forward to the great value they will add as we continue forward in our strategic growth plan.”

With the acquisition, Crash Champions expands its overall national network to more than 625 locations in 37 states across the U.S. It also adds a lineup of nine high-quality repair centers that have consistently garnered certifications from many of the nation’s top automotive manufacturers.

“We are extremely proud of the legacy Performance Collision has created by delivering best-in-class quality and service to our customers across the Southeast,” said Michael Sifen, owner of Performance Collision Centers. “It speaks volumes about our team to join Matt Ebert and the premier, founder-led MSO in the industry. I’m confident that this next chapter will provide our team and customers with exponential opportunities.”

Crash Champions is always looking for talented collision repair technicians to join the team. Interested candidates are encouraged to visit today to learn more about opportunities in Washington and across the country.

Independent collision repair centers and owners interested in joining the Crash Champions team are encouraged to visit to learn more about the acquisition process and opportunities available.

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