What does the Service King-Crash Champions merger mean for the collision repair industry?
Crash Champions and Service King recently presented refurbished vehicles to 10 deserving Arizona military families through the NABC Recycled Rides program.
Crash Champions to become a leading national collision repair service provider and one of the fastest-growing operators with over 550 locations across 35 states.
Chicago’s newest Service King marks the 35th facility in Illinois, with more than 300 locations systemwide.
The NABC, Allstate and Service King Collision Tomball donated a refurbished vehicle to a deserving mother via the Recycled Rides program.
MSO will be giving away a $500 gas card every two weeks now through Aug. 22.
Located in San Antonio, the new 13,600-square-foot body repair shop features a LEED certification — recognized as the most widely used green building rating system in the world.
Capital injection strengthens Service King’s financial position by reducing net indebtedness by over $500 million.
Service King is currently hiring for all positions — including body tech, painters, shop assistants, parts managers and more.
Service King, along with GEICO, donated a vehicle to Oklahoma City veteran Merinda Anderson via the NABC’s Recycled Rides program.
Service King repaired and donated a 2018 Nissan Altima for a deserving single mother in Ocoee, Fla.
Peter Hunt joins Service King with executive-level experience from Virgin America and Pinnacle Airlines.