Nagy's Collision Specialists Expands to Seven Locations in Ohio - BodyShop Business

Nagy’s Collision Specialists Expands to Seven Locations in Ohio

Takeover of collision repair facility at Doug Chevrolet represents expansion into a new county.

Nagy’s Collision Specialists has added its seventh store after taking over the collision repair facility at Doug Chevrolet in Akron, Ohio. The store is its first in Summit County.

“We’re very excited for this partnership with Doug Chevrolet and moving into the Summit County area,” said Ron Nagy, president of Nagy’s.

Added Vice President Dan Nagy, “Customers have been asking for us to expand into this market for a long time now, so when we were approached by Doug Chevrolet, it was a win-win for both of us.”

Nagy’s employs 34 I-CAR-trained and ASE-certified technicians and is a member of the Automotive Service Association (ASA) and Holmes County, Orrville, Wooster and Wadsworth Chambers of Commerce.

Ron and Dan Nagy are both ASE Master Collision repairers and hold the I-CAR Platinum qualification as well as the AAM (Accredited Automotive Manager) designation from the Automotive Management Institute (AMI) in Bedford, Texas.
Nagy’s offers services such as AutoWatch, where customers can view their cars being repaired online, and e-Estimates that allow customers to get estimates at their homes or offices. 

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Nagy’s Collision Specialists

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