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Tuesday, 19 November 2019 16:30

Maaco Recognizes Southwest Shop Owners as Top-Performing Franchisees


At the 2019 Maaco Convention in Boca Raton, FL, Maaco Auto Painting and Collision Repair recognized top North American franchisees who exemplified the “breakthrough” convention theme with awards for top performance, including outstanding sales, operational excellence, leadership, growth and overall performance.

“It’s an honor to recognize the top performers in the Maaco system,” said Bob Benjamin, president of Maaco Auto Painting and Collision Repair. “These franchisees are a great example of the success that is possible as a Maaco owner.”


David M. Lapps Award: Brian Greenley, Littleton, CO            


A Maaco franchisee for 26 years, Greenley was recognized for 20 years of consecutive year-over-year growth as a Maaco owner. Greenley’s shop is Maaco Diamond Certified, he leads the Maaco system in fleet operations and is recognized as the top performing shop in the Maaco network.


“To win the David Lapps Award means a great deal to me because it represents the history behind Maaco,” said Greenley.


Maaco Cup Winner: Jim and Jamie Powell, Commerce City, CO


Jim Powell has been a Maaco franchisee for 38 years, while Jamie Powell became a partner ten years ago. The father-and-son team has delivered year-over-year sales increases the last eight years, were 2017 Regional Cup winners, and last year saw increases in both car counts and sales. Their shop is Maaco Diamond Certified.


“It’s nice to be recognized among your peers that do the same thing you do day in and day out,” said Jamie Powell. “It shows that hard work, good attitude, and steadiness pays off.”


Maaco Cup Winner: Roy and Sheila Seay, Lubbock, Texas


A franchisee since 2006, the Seay’s shop is Maaco Platinum Certified and working toward Diamond Certification. Along with the husband-and-wife team, their successful family business includes both their son and daughter who are also involved in the daily operations.

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