Six-Store Central Collision Center of Chicago Adds Broadway Auto - BodyShop Business

Six-Store Central Collision Center of Chicago Adds Broadway Auto

Central Collision Center, a family-owned and operated collision repair business in Chicago, has announced that Tiger Cellini and Broadway Auto Body Rebuilders, Inc., will join the Central Collision Center of Crete team.
 
Beginning March 1, 2013, Broadway Auto’s customers can receive service at any of the six Central Collision Center locations in Peotone, Mokena, Crete, New Lenox, Oak Forest and Tinley Park.

“We have our customers’ best interests at the forefront of whatever we do, and know they will be taken care of at Central Collision Center as we have taken care of them,” said Barb Cellini of Broadway Auto.
 
Central Collision Center provides high-quality repairs through the south suburbs of Chicago. The company aims to simplify the repair process for customers by providing exceptional service, consistent communication and timely repairs.
 
Central Collision, owned and operated by the Caruso family, is proud to welcome the Cellini family and Broadway Auto to its organization.
 
“I remember touring Broadway Auto when I was just starting out in this business and asking Tom (Cellini, now in stage 5 of Huntington’s disease) for advice,” said Mike Caruso, president and owner of Central Collision Center. “We’re excited to have Tiger on our team and care for the Broadway customers while the Cellini family focuses their efforts on the Thomas Cellini Huntington’s Foundation.”
 
Broadway Auto’s former facility will be donated to the Thomas Cellini Huntington’s Foundation (TCHF), a 501c3 non-profit run by Barb Cellini, the Cellini family and many volunteers. 


More information:

Central Collision Center

Thomas Cellini Huntington’s Foundation

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