D CEO Magazine recently recognized Tom Burton, Service King’s general counsel, as a finalist for the publication’s annual Corporate Counsel Awards.
The new campus in Plano, Texas, is part of the automaker’s “One Toyota” initiative to create more unified operations in North America.
Maaco already has opened three shops this year, with additional locations scheduled for the coming months.
Less than 5 percent of body shops across the nation meet the requirements for Assured Performance certification, according to the Assured Performance Network.
Insurance claims for hail damage in Texas last year exceeded the previous two years combined, according to an analysis conducted by the National Insurance Crime Bureau.
The Houston Auto Body Association is urging members to support Texas House Bill 3804, which clarifies existing language that prohibits insurers from steering consumers to certain collision repair facilities.
A bipartisan bill that would implement a statewide texting-and-driving ban passed in the Texas House by a 113-32 vote.
Chief Adds Professional Collision Equipment and Beacon Equipment Resources as Distributors for Texas
Professional Collision Equipment of Abilene will service the northern, panhandle, western and valley regions of Texas, while Beacon Equipment Resources of Houston will cover southeast Texas.
Service King expects to take occupancy of the new 64,916-square-foot office by summer 2017.
The presentation marked Service King’s second consecutive annual contribution to the non-profit organization, as the 2015 DFW Golf Tournament raised $70,000 for SafeHaven and its numerous support and shelter programs.
The Insurance Council of Texas warned of scams from pubic adjusters, fake contractors or even lawyers who promise they can help file a claim for a damaged car or a home’s roof after Nov. 4th hailstorm in El Paso, Texas.
Service King now operates 22 repair centers in the Houston market with 306 locations in 23 states across the U.S.