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Nagy’s Collision Centers Hires New Manager

Nagy’s Collision Centers announced it has hired Aaron Knight as the new manager of the Nagy’s location in Wadsworth, Ohio.

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Nagy’s Collision Centers announced it has hired Aaron Knight as the new manager of the Nagy’s location in Wadsworth, Ohio.

With 18 years of experience in the auto body shop industry, Knight has held many positions throughout his career, such as estimator and manager, which have prepared him to join the Nagy’s team.

“I am truly looking forward to continuing my career at Nagy’s Wadsworth,” said Knight. “The quality and concern that is shown to Nagy’s customers and their vehicles from start to finish sets us apart from other repair shops. Nagy’s employees really care about our customers as if they are family, and I am prepared to adopt this family attitude and make sure that every customer leaves happy.”

Knight and his wife, Denise, have been married 25 years and have two sons, Andrew (a sophomore at Kent State University) and Jared (a junior at Manchester High School). Knight’s hobbies include boating, collecting watches and cheering on his younger son during his football and baseball games.

“Aaron Knight is an outstanding addition to the Nagy’s team, bringing a wealth of experience and knowledge to the Wadsworth location,” added Ron Nagy, president of Nagy’s. “We are excited to have him on board and know he will provide value and ‘Next Level Service’ to our customers.”

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Nagy’s Body & Frame was established in 1973 by Dave Nagy in Doylestown, Ohio. In 1995, brothers Ron and Dan Nagy purchased the business from their father, expanding the business to the locally-recognized brand it is today. The Wadsworth location was opened on May 15, 2009.

For more information on Nagy’s Collision Centers, visit www.nagys.com.

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