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Service King Named to 'Best Places to Work' List for 15th Straight Year

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Sept. 25, 2017—For the fifteenth straight year, Service King and its teammates were recognized by The Dallas Business Journal as part of the publication’s annual DFW Best Places to Work list.

The announcement came Thursday at a ceremony in Frisco, Texas, where Service King was named the No. 5 business in the Extra Large Company category.

Service King has now finished among the top five businesses in the DFW Best Places to Work rankings seven straight years and finished No. 1 as recently as 2015. The company operates 35 collision repair centers in the DFW area, where the organization also hosts its National Support Center.

“We take immense pride in our growing organization and Service King’s roots as a family company,” said Shawn Dyer, Service King’s Dallas-Fort Worth market vice president. “It’s certainly special to continually be recognized for remaining true to our core values, and we firmly believe that culture extends to a best-in-class service for our customers and business partners across the country. The Service King Way is alive and well and continues to guide our business, and our people, each and every day.”

Service King Collision Repair Centers has called the Dallas Fort-Worth Metroplex home for 41 years since its founding in 1976 by Eddie Lennox. Today, the organization employs more than 1,100 teammates in the Dallas area and has grown into one of the largest providers of automotive repair service in the U.S. with 330 locations in 24 states.

To qualify for the Best Places to Work list, employees voluntarily complete comprehensive surveys conducted by the Dallas Business Journal’s partner company, Quantum Workplace. Companies are then ranked by employee engagement to determine the final rankings in various categories.

 

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