Fix Auto USA Adds 18 Shops to Network

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Dec. 8, 2015—Fix Auto USA announced a large expansion on Tuesday with the addition of 18 new franchise locations.

“These respected, established operators have decided to align with other like-minded operators to continue competing in a consolidating and competitive marketplace while maintaining their independent ownership,” said Paul Gange, Fix Auto president. “Adding businesses like these that deliver market leading, consistent performance allow the Fix Auto brand to continue distinguishing itself as a premier multi-state, multi-location collision repair operator. We welcome them all to the Fix Auto Family.”

The 18 franchises are:

  • Fix Auto Chino (Chino, Calif.), formerly Galaxy Auto Body, operated by Ashraf Jakvani
  • Fix Auto Costa Mesa (Costa Mesa, Calif.), formerly Specialty Body Works, operated by Erick Bickett and Shelly Bickett
  • Fix Auto Country Club Hills (Country Club Hills, Ill.), formerly Precise Auto Body, operated by George Yukich
  • Fix Auto Downtown San Diego (San Diego, Calif.), formerly Eurotek Auto Collision, operated by Gary Leger
  • Fix Auto Henderson (Henderson, Nev.), formerly Automall Autobody, operated by Jim Edington and Jeff Bagley
  • Fix Auto Las Vegas (Las Vegas, Nev.), formerly American Auto Body, operated by Jim Edington and Jeff Bagley
  • Fix Auto Lemon Grove (Lemon Grove, Calif.), formerly A & C Auto Body, operated by Gary Leger
  • Fix Auto Mission Valley (San Diego, Calif.), formerly Courtesy Chevrolet, operated by Mark Gruwell
  • Fix Auto Montrose (Montrose, Calif.), formerly Baird’s Body Shop, operated by Vatche Derderian
  • Fix Auto Mundelein (Mundelein, Ill.), formerly CarMedix, operated by Alex Ulyanov
  • Fix Auto National City (National City, Calif.), formerly Greenwald’s Autobody & Frameworks, operated by Daniel Greenwald
  • Fix Auto Palo Alto (Palo Alto, Calif.), formerly Cavallino Collision Center, operated by Ric Donofrio
  • Fix Auto Phoenix (Phoenix, Ariz.), formerly Coulter Cadillac, operated by Bill Coulter
  • Fix Auto Reno (Reno, Nev.), formerly Top Gun Collision Center, operated by Randi Roedel
  • Fix Auto Roselle (Roselle, Ill.), formerly Central Auto Body, operated by John Koonce
  • Fix Auto Santa Clara (Santa Clara, Calif.), formerly El Camino Body Shop, operated by Sheldon Carter
  • Fix Auto Signal Hill (Signal Hill, Calif.), formerly Expedite Collision Center, operated by Richard Fish
  • Fix Auto Silverdale (Silverdale, Wash.), formerly Silverdale Collision Center, operated by Ken Miller

With the addition of these franchises, Fix Auto USA now has a total of 90 locations.

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