Service King Acquires Jack's Collision Center in Fort Myers

Service King Acquires Jack’s Collision Center in Fort Myers, Fla.

Acquisition marks Service King's first location in the Fort Myers area and 11th total location in the state.

Service King Collision Repair Centers announced it has acquired Jack’s Collision Center in Fort Myers, Fla. The acquisition marks Service King’s first location in the Fort Myers area and 11th location in the state.

“The Fort Myers area is growing at a rapid pace and continues to be one of the leading destinations for retirees,” said Scott Ward, Service King regional vice president of Southeast Operations. “We are excited to be part of the Fort Myers community and are proud to welcome the Jack’s Collision Center team to the Service King family.”

Collision repair industry veteran Jack Lipscomb and his son, Kevin, opened Jack’s Collision Center in 1990. Today, the 18,000-square-foot facility employs 24 teammates and has the capacity to repair more than 160 vehicles each month.

“My team is extremely excited to join the Service King family,” said Kevin Lipscomb, current owner of Jack’s Collision Center. “They have an outstanding reputation and embody the same values my father and I instilled into Jack’s Collision Center during its 25-year history.”

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