Service King Recognized by Milpitas, Calif., City Council

Service King Recognized by Milpitas, Calif., City Council

Milpitas Mayor Jose Esteves presented local Service King teammates with the Attractive Non-Residential award as part of its Neighborhood Beautification awards ceremony.

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The Milpitas, Calif., City Council, alongside Mayor Jose Esteves, formally recognized Service King Collision Repair Centers for its contribution to the city’s beautification efforts during its recent bi-monthly meeting. The recognition came as Mayor Esteves presented local Service King teammates with the Attractive Non-Residential award as part of its Neighborhood Beautification awards ceremony.

Service King recently opened the doors to its state-of-the-art, 70,000 square-foot Milpitas repair center in August. The repair center is one of the largest of its kind in the state of California featuring a modern, oversized glass entrance, interior water features and a contemporary upscale customer waiting area.

“The entire Service King family is incredibly proud of the Milpitas repair center,” said Wesley McAlester, Service King market vice president for Northern California. “To be publicly recognized by our friends and neighbors at the City of Milpitas only reinforces the deep pride we take in serving the community. We look forward to a long, prosperous relationship with the city and our local customers and business partners. It’s our hope that the design and investment in this repair center strongly reflects that sentiment.”

Service King’s Milpitas location provides customers lifetime warranties on all repairs, valid at any Service King repair center across the country.

For more information, visit www.ServiceKing.com.

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