U.S. Marine Vet Opens Maaco in Missouri

Quincy Land has 20 years of service in the U.S. Marine Corps, as well as experience in other industries.


Maaco expanded its reach with the opening of a new location at 1510 Progress W. Lane in O'Fallon, MO, driven by a veteran's dedication to community and excellence.

The new franchise is owned by Quincy Land, a 20-year U.S. Marine Corps gunnery sergeant and seasoned professional in various industries. Land's diverse experience and commitment to quality are set to bring a new level of automotive service to the O'Fallon community.

“We decided to join Maaco because we were looking for an organization where we could wake up motivated and return home fulfilled at the end of the day,” said Land. “As we did our research, we found that Maaco would partner with us in that effort.”

The facility, boasting 12,000 square feet of space, offers full-service automotive collision repair, staffed by a team of six skilled professionals. The team's expertise spans across the automotive and business sectors.

Supporting Land in this new venture are his wife, Laura Land, and son, Quincy Jr. Laura Land, with a background in accounting, has been managing the family’s coffee shop and hair salon since 2010. Quincy Jr. brings a degree in chemical engineering to the table, enhancing the business's focus on data analytics and customer service.

Maaco in O'Fallon plans to support local charitable organizations such as Toys for Tots and Wounded Warriors, reinforcing its commitment to the community.

“I am proud to witness Maaco’s continued growth in the state of Missouri,” said Daryl Hurst, president of Maaco. “Community and quality are key aspects of the service we provide at Maaco, and I look forward to welcoming Quincy Land and his multigenerational legacy to the Maaco franchise family.”

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