Mike's Auto Body Acquires 15th Location

Mike’s Auto Body Acquires 15th Location

Strategically located in the heart of Vallejo's auto district, this state-of-the-art facility will increase the size of the company's market while establishing a presence for the MSO.


Mike’s Auto Body has acquired a 14,000-square-foot facility in Vallejo, Calif., the company’s 15th location. Strategically located near Highway 29 and in the heart of Vallejo’s auto district, this state-of-the-art facility will increase the size of the company’s market while establishing a presence for the MSO.

“We are very excited about the Vallejo location, it complements our Napa, Fairfield and Richmond markets very well,” said Brennan Rose, CEO of Mike’s Auto Body. “This location will give us the opportunity to serve most of Solano County and balance the work load in our surrounding markets. As we open our 15th location, I would like to thank all of our dedicated, hard-working employees who have helped us to grow the business over the years and allowed us to expand in Northern California.”

Added Marketing and Sales Manager Dane Dearlove, “The Vallejo market provides an opportunity for us to be in a very viable market in which we already have long-standing insurance agent relationships. So, this new location will allow us to satisfy some major insurance partner’s needs at the same time, so it is definitely a win-win.”

“The city has undergone a real renaissance within the last few years, so this is an exciting time for us to open a new location in Vallejo,” said Marketing Coordinator Peter Bizaca. “We’d like to think that Mike’s Auto Body is assisting in its revival, and we’re proud to be a part of this growing community.”

Fixing cars to their pre-accident condition since 1972, Mike Rose and his family have built Mike’s Auto Body into an organization known for its honesty and integrity with an emphasis on exemplary customer service. With two locations in Concord and Walnut Creek and one in Lafayette, Pittsburg, Antioch, Brentwood, Richmond, Fairfield Napa, San Ramon, Fremont and now in Vallejo, Mike’s Auto Body is well known for being an “outstanding business partner in every city where it serves the public.”

Mike Rose and his family have been in the collision repair business since 1972. For more information about the new Vallejo location, contact Dane Dearlove at [email protected].

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