Tuesday, 20 July 2021 15:16

Key Choice Becomes First Network to Add All Locations as SCRS Members


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The first networked group of independent collision repair facilities to join the Society of Collision Repair Specialists (SCRS) on a per-location basis is Key Choice Collision Centers, a community of dedicated collision repair businesses focused on developing processes and product pricing systems for members.

Key Choice Collision Centers represents 22 member-operated collision shops in Iowa, South Dakota and Minnesota looking to help each other constantly improve and raise the bar of performance and profitability.


“As an independent organization, we create our direction based on the needs of our members, and the connection to SCRS’ efforts in the industry is a natural fit to how our group has evolved,” said John Magowan, president of Key Choice. “Within our group, we strive to be associated with other high-performing shops to share ideas and best practices while exposing each other to continued learning opportunities.


"The benefits that SCRS is bringing to the industry to help advance shops like ours made it an easy decision," Magowan said. "It becomes a clear benefit for Key Choice to open the door for membership in SCRS, allowing our network members the ability to then take advantage of the educational material coming from SCRS, the business resources like their 401(k) offering and the discounts on their estimating resources like the Blueprint Optimization Tool (BOT).


We expect our members to be proactive, willing to accept change and embrace the process of transformation for their shops, and connecting our very focused community to a national organization like SCRS that has such similarly aligned ideals makes for the perfect next step in the evolution of the Key Choice network.”


Key Choice members who have been added to the SCRS membership roster can be found in the online locator.


“It’s so encouraging to see how the work our board has put into developing tools for the industry resonates with others," said SCRS Chairman Bruce Halcro. "It’s especially so when...

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