BodyShopBids expands to California
Feb. 22, 2012—BodyShopBids, a Web-based platform that enables consumers to solicit custom auto repair estimates from body shops, on Tuesday expanded its nationwide rollout to include California.
The BodyShopBids network will initially focus on California’s major metro areas, including Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego, Sacramento, Oakland and Anaheim, according to the company.
“California offers a tremendous opportunity for our service, with millions of drivers concentrated in large metro areas,” said Brad Weisberg, founder and CEO of BodyShopBids. “With BodyShopBids, Californians now have a painless way to find a reputable body shop and save money on repairs.”
BodyShopBids, based in Chicago, said the company is also evaluating other markets within the United States to launch its service, including Florida and other markets in the southeast region of the country.
“We’ve had shop owners from all over the U.S. reach out to us about joining the BodyShopBids network,” Weisberg said. “They want to bring in new business and make it repeat business, which is where BodyShopBids delivers.”
For more information, or to register your shop with BodyShopBids, visit BodyShopBids.com.