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Wednesday, 03 February 2021 17:20

Crash Champions Acquires Nine Leading Repair Shops in Midwest

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Crash Champions, LLC, announced Feb. 3 the acquisition of nine leading repair shops throughout Ohio, Illinois, Missouri, Kansas and Wisconsin.

Following the company’s exceptional year of growth in 2020, these top-performing shops will further solidify Crash Champions’ foothold in the vibrant Midwestern market.
 
Surrounding Cleveland, OH, Crash Champions completed the acquisition of three Excalibur Collision repair shops, located across Streetsboro, Chagrin Falls and South Euclid, and comprising 34,200 square feet total for conventional insurance work. These acquisitions build on the company’s successful acquisition of Auto Body Collision and Glass and Fred Rieser in Ohio in 2020.
 
In the Chicago, IL, area, Crash Champions acquired Chicago Collision, DuPage Auto Body and Albany Auto Body, strategically filling a gap in the company’s Chicagoland footprint and securing its positioning in the North Shore area of Irving Park.
 
In the Kansas City area, Crash Champions has partnered with Weaver’s Auto Center in Shawnee, KS, and acquired Richard’s Collision Center in Grandview, MO. With the addition of these two repair shops to earlier acquisitions of Precision Collision Center and Dave’s Roe Body Shop in Kansas City, Crash Champions has successfully expanded into its seventh U.S. state and strengthened its existing market presence in the broader Kansas City market.
 
In Wisconsin, Crash Champions acquired Gillette’s Collision Center in Waukesha, encompassing 8,500 square feet across its facility and boasting I-CAR Gold, Honda First and Assured Performance manufacturer certifications. This comes on the heels of the 2020 acquisition of Silver Spring Automotive in West Bend.
 
“Through these strategic acquisitions, Crash Champions will be better positioned to serve the greater Midwestern markets as we continue on this remarkable growth trajectory,” said Matt Ebert, founder and CEO of Crash Champions. “All nine of these repair shops will now enjoy the opportunity to further professionalize, improve operations and drive top-line growth and profitability under the Crash Champions family of companies.

 

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