Tuesday, 23 November 2021 14:35

Joe Hudson’s Collision Centers Announces CEO Transition


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Joe Hudson’s Collision Centers, a leading platform in the collision repair industry, on Nov. 22 announced President and CEO Traweek Dickson is retiring after more than three decades with the company, and will take on the role of executive chairman.

Seasoned business leader Brant Wilson will succeed Dickson as CEO, effective Nov. 29.


“Leading JHCC has been one of the greatest honors of my career and I am immensely proud of what we’ve accomplished during my time as CEO and my many years at the company before that,” Dickson said. “The entire JHCC team has worked tirelessly to substantially grow this business, adding numerous locations across the country. I am confident that with Brant at the helm, JHCC is poised for continued success, and I look forward to assisting with the transition and serving in my new role as executive chairman.”


“Traweek has built an incredible business and company culture. We wish him the best in his retirement and greatly appreciate his continued involvement while Brant transitions into his new role,” said Erik Johnson, managing director at TSG Consumer Partners, JHCC’s majority owner. “Brant is a highly-respected executive with a proven track record of both expanding footprint and increasing sales. His high energy and results-driven attitude makes him an ideal cultural fit, and we look forward to working closely with him to implement JHCC’s growth initiatives.”


Wilson joins JHCC with more than 20 years of professional experience, including running significant automotive services businesses, both company-owned and franchised. Most recently, Wilson served as president and COO of the automotive group at TBC Corporation, where he oversaw more than 2,100 stores across four banners.


Prior to TBC, Wilson served a seven-year tenure at H&R Block, where he was responsible for...

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