Anderson sells shop and launches new website

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April 28, 2010—Shop owner and industry consultant and trainer Mike Anderson has sold his collision repair business, Wagonwork Collision Center, in order to focus on his consulting business.

Anderson sold his Alexandria, Va.-based shop to Pohonka Collision Centers. Anderson said the move will allow him to focus more on consulting and his new website,, as well as spend more time with his family.

“Now I intend to do many more workshops and seminars for associations and jobbers and be able to do more onsite consulting for shops that have been requesting it,” he said. “I don’t rule out owning a shop again. In another year or two, I may open a shop somewhere else. This just seems like a good time and opportunity to step away for awhile.”

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