The network also announced the promotion of two vice presidents to executive roles.
Texas Collision Centers announced the expansion of its service network to nine locations across the Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) Metroplex, as well as the promotions of two key leaders within the company.
The company recently opened new facilities in Fort Worth and Carrollton, TX, as part of a broader strategy to enhance service availability and quality within local communities. Three more locations are currently under construction, set to open in the first quarter of 2024, with plans to open five more annually thereafter.
Shyllo Michaelis, previously vice president of business development since the company's inception in 2019, has been promoted to the role of chief strategy officer (CSO). Michaelis has been instrumental in steering the company's strategic direction, demonstrating innovative leadership and a deep commitment to the company's long-term vision. In her new role as CSO, she will continue to shape the company's strategy, align operations with evolving industry trends, and drive growth and revenue.
Mike Devendorf, who has served as vice president of finance and administration for four years, has been elevated to the position of chief financial officer (CFO). Devendorf's tenure has been marked by his adept management of financial resources, development of industry-leading compensation and benefits packages, and effective corporate governance.
Jared Lennox, co-owner/operator of Texas Collision Centers, highlighted the dual focus of the company: recognizing and nurturing internal talent and expanding their service reach.
"At Texas Collision Centers, we are not only recognizing the exceptional talents within our organization but also actively investing in the strategic expansion of our services," he said.