Tuesday, 16 June 2020 00:17

Fix Auto USA Announces Seven New Locations, Utah Expansion


Fix Auto USA announced June 15 the network’s continued growth with the addition of seven new franchise locations.

These locations expand Fix Auto USA’s footprint in the existing markets of Alaska, Arizona, California and Colorado.


Fix Auto Castle Rock in Castle Rock, CO, is owned and operated by husband and wife team Ken and Sarah Grigg.


Fix Auto Palm Springs in Palm Springs, CA, is owned and operated by husband and wife team Henry and Gloria Arroyo, who also operate Fix Auto Cathedral City, Fix Auto Indio and Fix Auto Palm Desert, all in the greater Coachella Valley market.


Fix Auto Sierra Vista in Sierra Vista, AZ, is owned and operated by Ian Morton, who also operates Fix Auto Tucson-Thoroughbred.


Fix Auto Santa Clara East, in Santa Clara, CA, is owned and operated by husband and wife team Kien Dao and Grace Cheung; Kien previously was an operating partner at Fix Auto 17th Street in San Francisco, CA.


Fix Auto South Anchorage in Anchorage, AK, is owned and operated by husband and wife team Tony and Emelia "Mel" Stanley, who also operate five other franchise locations throughout Alaska.


Additionally, Fix Auto USA has expanded its network’s reach into Utah, making it the 12th state to welcome the market-leading, forwarding-thinking brand. With two initial locations, Fix Auto USA’s entrance into Utah further cements itself as a preeminent collision repair provider, and serves as a gateway for additional eastward expansion.


The two inaugural locations are Fix Auto Lindon in Lindon, UT, owned and operated by husband and wife team Eric and Lori Read; and Fix Auto Riverton in Riverton, UT, owned and operated by Justin Vincent and the Vincent family.


“It’s very exciting to enter our 12th state. This continued expansion is fueled, largely, because we continue to attract and assemble operators who are competitive, passionate, driven and deeply engaged in their businesses, and who can deliver market-leading results time and time again,” said Fix Auto USA President Paul Gange.

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