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Fix Auto Appoints Three New Additions to Leadership Team

Armin Price joins as president of network development and marketing; Kris Kramer assumes new role of director of Fix Claims Solutions; Kevork Kahwajian joins as marketing development manager for Southern California.

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armin priceFix Auto USA has announced three additions to its leadership team.

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Armin Price joins Fix Auto as the new vice president of network development and marketing. In his role, he is responsible for the successful implementation of the growth strategy for the Fix Auto network nationwide. For the past seven years, he served as Mitchell’s director of corporate accounts, collaborating with the largest multi-shop operators (MSO) in North America to design information-based solutions to increase business efficiency and profitability.

kris kramerKris Kramer has assumed the newly created role of director of Fix Claims Solutions (FCS). In this capacity, he will manage the company’s participation in major insurance contracts and multi-store repair relationship agreements, ensuring that Fix Auto franchise locations are meeting and improving upon their operational objectives. He has spent 23 years working for Farmers Insurance, where he oversaw DRP processes in up to 17 states. Subsequently, he led national initiatives including parts program pilots, commercial auto DRP pilots and document processing center process/equipment improvements.

Kevork KahwajianWith close to two decades of managerial experience, Kevork Kahwajian has joined Fix Auto as market development manager for Southern California. His primary focus will be increasing Fix Auto’s market presence throughout Southern California, expanding the organization’s franchise footprint in that region and increasing the visibility of its Collision Repair Experts (CRX) solution. In addition, he will assist existing franchisees with their local marketing efforts and facilitate insurance partner relationships for them. He’s previously worked for the Auto Club of Southern California and Hi-Tech Collision and Glass Centers, which was eventually purchased by Caliber Collision.


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