Fisch joins Hodges Collision from Caliber Collision, where he worked for three years. He made a major career change before working in the automotive collision industry, initially working as a recognized chef in New York City where he was named a James Beard Finalist. Wanting to get back to Houston, he opened The Burger Guys restaurants in Houston and was named the Youngest Chef by My Table magazine’s annual feature “Best Chef in the City” category.
Eventually closing the restaurants and wanting a more normal schedule to raise a family, Fisch said, “I always loved seeing the looks on our guests’ faces when I presented a meal, and I realized that people have the same happy look when they see their previously damaged car, now in brand-new condition. I love providing customers with a positive experience, and Hodges Collision fits the bill.
“I also believe strongly in the concept of Servant Leadership, where the leadership pyramid is flipped upside down so that the managers can better mentor and encourage their employees. It really has a positive effect on the organization.”
“We are so pleased to have Brandon in a leadership position at Hodges Collision Center,” noted Guinn. “His management style and experience is so valuable to us, and his belief in Servant Leadership has had a positive impact on our team. He believes in a great customer experience, and that is the foundation of Hodges Collision. We are looking forward to growing the company with his insight.”
Having grown up in The Woodlands, TX, Brandon now lives there with his wife and three young sons. He is an avid golfer, loves coaching his son’s soccer team and is a motorcycle street road racer enthusiast. Fisch is an active member of Woods Edge Community Church.