Nu-Look Collision Acquires Fourteenth Location

Nu-Look Collision Acquires Fourteenth Location

Located at the former home of Doan Collision Center, the shop will repair vehicles of owners who live or work in the northwest quadrant of Greater Rochester.

Nu-Look Collision Centers announced the opening of their newest shop in the town of Greece, N.Y. With the addition of this store, Nu-Look Collision now has fourteen locations to service the Greater Rochester area. Located at the former home of Doan Collision Center, the shop will repair vehicles of owners who live or work in the northwest quadrant of Greater Rochester.

“Over the last few years, we have seen a need to service the Greece area and western Rochester,” noted Nu-Look Collision President Todd Zigrossi. “We know that getting in a car accident is a very stressful situation, so we try to ease the burden on the customer as much as possible. We hope that by adding this location, we can give the residents of Greece some peace of mind when they’re in need of collision repair.”

As the locally-owned company continues to grow, customer satisfaction remains at the top of the priority list. “Providing quality repairs and honest, trustworthy service is our mission,” says Zigrossi.

Nu-Look Collision prides itself on the fact that despite their growth, customers can visit any of their fourteen locations and be treated with a “mom and pop” level of service.

The Greece location may be the newest store, but it might not be the last. “We are always looking for an opportunity to grow,” stated Zigrossi. “The more stores we have, the more people we can help. That’s what it’s all about.”

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