New Fix Auto model includes 37 franchise locations

Jan. 12, 2011

Jan. 12, 2011 — After 13 years of development and revision, collision repair chain Fix Auto USA rolled out a new business model this month that includes 37 new franchise locations.

The new model adds a franchise option to network membership with the goal of “promoting a concentrated, multi-location collision repair organization committed to providing consistent results and superior customer service,” according to a news release_notes about the change.

Paul Gange, president and chief operating officer of Fix Auto, said the new model caters to customers’ need for consistency, transparency, efficiency and concentrated scale. Erick Bickett, founder and CEO of Fix Auto, said aligning the facilities should boost performance, returning meaningful results for insurance customers and a better experience for vehicle owners.

The franchise shops are operating in California, Colorado and Oregon. Here’s a complete list of the new locations:

• Anaheim
• Bakersfield
• Buena Park
• Burbank
• City of Industry
• Corona
• Downey
• South El Monte
• Hemet
• Irvine
• San Diego
• Montclair
• Oceanside
• Ontario
• Orange
• Pasadena
• Tustin
• Rancho Santa Margarita
• Redlands
• Riverside
• Santee
• Westminster
• Whittier
• Yorba Linda

• Arvada
• Aurora
• Brighton
• Frederick
• Golden
• Littleton
• Parker

• Beaverton
• Portland (4 stores)
• The Dalles

Fix Auto, based in Anaheim Hills, Calif., has 171 network locations throughout the U.S. For more information on the company, go to

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