On July 18, CARSTAR hit the mega milestone of 600 stores with the opening of CARSTAR Sudbury (Autoworks), conveniently located at 440 Falconbridge Rd., Sudbury ON, P3A 4S4.
CARSTAR continues to lead the industry in annual sales, total locations, customer satisfaction and premier collision repairs. With no plans to slow down any time soon, this brand-new massive 20,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art facility is an excellent representation of the behemoth CARSTAR has become.
“Our network is filled with incredible teams across North America who consistently raise the bar, paving the way forward for higher industry expectations,” said Michael Macaluso, CARSTAR President. “Focused on finding new ways to boost franchise partner profitability while also remaining humble is how we got to where we are today, and how we will hit our goal of 1,000 locations in the U.S. and Canada.”
Striving for operational success and providing premier customer experiences are no easy feat in the collision repair industry. With the support of the proprietary EDGE Performance Platform, CARSTAR is able to uphold its high standards while simultaneously driving the business forward.
“CARSTAR has a powerful reputation, and for us it just made sense to join this premier collision repair brand as their values align with ours,” said Vince Pollesel. “Being so involved in the local automotive industry here, with seven dealerships in the Sudbury market, it’s important for us to uphold our reputation by joining a prestigious force like CARSTAR.”
Fighting cystic fibrosis is the North America cause with both U.S. and Canadian locations committed to donating to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation and Cystic Fibrosis Canada.
“Celebrating this monumental moment for CARSTAR is incredible for us, because as their network grows, so does their commitment to the fight to end cystic fibrosis,” said Christine Martysiewicz, director of corporate partnerships, Cystic Fibrosis Canada. “This partnership started over 20 years ago when a franchise partner’s granddaughter was diagnosed with CF, and now CARSTAR has raised over $3 million for Cystic Fibrosis Canada.”