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Thursday, 23 April 2020 16:46

Certified Collision Group Remains Strong and Growing During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Certified Collision Group (CCG) added its 450th affiliate location earlier this month.

“We are extremely thankful for the continued support of our affiliates, strategic vendor partners and clients during these unprecedented times,” said CCG CEO Marty Evans. “And we are very proud of our industry leading affiliates and the stability of the entire group; locations are open and operational, and continue to deliver their best-in-business service.

 

“Our primary focus over these last two months has been to support our affiliates as they manage through COVID-19 challenges in their towns and communities,” said Evans. “We are doing all we can to ensure our affiliates have the most up to date and accurate information needed to keep their associates and customers safe during this dangerous pandemic.

 

“We are also proud of the many affiliates who have stepped up in their local communities and donated back to those on the frontlines battling this pandemic.”

 

A few examples:

 

Al Brodeur's Auto Body in Marlborough, MA, has an ongoing weekly “Community Heroes” program that includes donations to nurses, teachers, first-responders, grocers, truck drivers, restaurant staff, hospitals and many more.

 

Frank Todaro, owner of Collision Masters in Buffalo, NY, worked with another local business to help release 68,000 N95 masks that were donated to local hospitals and first-responders.

 

The team at 1st Certified Collision Centers in Southern California donated generously to first responders and public servants in Riverside and San Bernardino counties.

 

McCullom Auto Body in Portland, OR, is taking a Recycled Ride postponed due to a local event cancelations and turning it into an opportunity to find a family impacted by the pandemic.

 

“Our I-CAR Gold and OEM certified independent affiliates are providing both community support and great collision repair experiences," said Chris Sestito, senior vice president of CCG’s Insurance Services Group. "We are confident that CCG and our affiliates will come out of this pandemic stronger than when we entered.”

 

Source: CCG

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