Phoenix-Based Collision Center Hosts Holiday Toy Drive - BodyShop Business

Phoenix-Based Collision Center Hosts Holiday Toy Drive

Capitol Collision, a Phoenix-based auto body shop, is collecting toys for the local fire department to give to underprivileged children.

“We are all coming together to try and collect as many toys as possible, and knowing how it will impact a child is a Christmas miracle in itself,” said Dan Deary, owner of Capitol Collision.  

The toys or cash donations can be dropped off at the body shop, located at 5154 N. 27th Ave.


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