Service King Continues Washington, D.C., Growth

Service King Continues Washington, D.C., Growth

MSO's fifth expansion effort of 2016 involves Professional Collision Centers and its two northern Virginia repair centers.

Service King Collision Repair Centers announced its fifth expansion effort of 2016 as the organization officially closed on a partnership with Professional Collision Centers and its two northern Virginia repair centers.

The pair of Professional Collision Centers locations will transition operations to Service King effective immediately as terms were mutually agreed upon and finalized on Feb. 15th.

“This is a key moment in our very own growth and mission to provide superior repair services to our customers and local partners,” said Ed Vallejos, Professional Collision Centers owner. “Partnering with an industry leader with the integrity and culture of Service King allows us to achieve just that. We’re excited for the future together. Our customers and business partners can expect the very same quality and service Professional Collision built its reputation upon.”

Customers and insurance partners can find the two new Service King locations in Stafford, Va., and Woodbridge, Va. As the two repair centers are part of the larger Service King family, each will back all work with the Service King lifetime guarantee, valid at any of the organization’s locations nationwide.

“We couldn’t be more thrilled about this partnership and our overall growth in the market this year,” said Matt Robbins, Service King market vice president. “Service King’s growth in the area is a reflection of consumers’ and insurance partners’ expectations for premium, personal collision repair service. Through joining hands with a business like Professional Collision Centers and infusing our resources, we feel confident in delivering upon that expectation and anticipate a very bright future.”

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