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Additions in Chicago, Alaska, California and Washington markets bring organization’s total locations to 67.
Fix Auto announced the addition of nine new franchise locations, bringing the organization’s total to 67.
The franchises considerably expand the geographical reach of the Fix Auto brand. Two locations mark Fix Auto’s entry into the hotly contested Chicago market. Additional growth in the Alaska, California and Washington markets was also announced.
The new franchise locations are:
- Fix Auto Crystal Lake (Chicago, Ill.), formerly Crash 1 Collision, operated by Tom Palermo
- Fix Auto Chicago Northwest (Chicago, Ill.), formerly Import Auto, operated by Peter Reszczynski
- Fix Auto 5th Avenue (Anchorage, Alaska), a new shop operated by Fix Auto Alaska’s Tony Stanley
- Fix Auto Juneau (Juneau, Alaska), a new shop operated by Fix Auto Alaska’s Tony Stanley
- Fix Auto Tacoma South (Tacoma, Wash.), formerly Metro Auto Body Rebuild, operated by Mike Allison
- Fix Auto Poway (Poway, Calif.), formerly Chrome Collision, operated by Gary Leger
- Fix Auto Cathedral City (Cathedral City, Calif.), formerly Henry’s Auto Body, operated by Henry and Gloria Arroyo
- Fix Auto Indio (Indio, Calif.), formerly Henry’s Auto Body, operated by Henry and Gloria Arroyo
- Fix Auto South San Jose (San Jose, Calif.), formerly L&M Body Shop, operated by Ray Heidari
“By entering new markets and expanding in those we already serve, we are demonstrating our commitment to grow purposefully and methodically with only the best owner-operated locations,” said Fix Auto President and COO Paul Gange. “Our brand is our promise, and our new franchises will help us deliver on that promise – best-in-class, multi-location performance delivered consistently to vehicle owners and insurance customers alike.”