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The reception/showroom area has various memorabilia items on display such as vintage gas pumps, air meters, juke boxes, die cast collectible tractors and cars, and neon signs
When Warren Storm built his dream body shop in South Dakota in 2009, he bought a canopy from a Casey’s gas station that had closed.
Randy Sattler, manager of Rydell Collision Center in North Dakota
Fourteen and a half years ago, Randy Sattler came to work at Rydell GM Auto Center in Grand Forks, North Dakota.
Weaver's Auto Center in Shawnee, Kansas.
When Tony Adams was in high school, he began working at Weaver’s Auto Center, where his dad was a technician.
Kurt Lammon, president of Polyvance, said there are many benefits of plastic repair.
Faster cycle times, fewer total losses and shorter length of rentals. These are just some of the many benefits of plastic repair that Kurt Lammon, president of Polyvance, talked about during a recent Guild 21 webinar.
As a second-generation body shop owner, Tom Tracy of Tracy’s Collision Center said he always dreamed about being a businessman.
With the growing need for skilled technicians across the nation, body shops are looking at new ways to hire employees.
Last November, a 2011 Toyota Camry was brought into Coach Works Auto Body for a post-repair inspection.
Tom & Ed’s Auto Body has six locations in Indiana. Owner Tom Tylka and his wife Debbie are pictured.
Tom and Ed’s Autobody was established in 1983 in a 2,000-square-foot space in Schererville, Indiana.
Located in Waipahu, Hawaii, The Tony Group Collision Center was founded more than 30 years ago.
On the Hawaiian island of Oahu, The Tony Group dealership and collision center were founded by Tony Masamitsu more than 30 years ago.