Master Collision Repair completes remodeling project

Sept. 23, 2011

Sept. 23, 2011—Master Collision Repair (MCR) on Friday announced it recently completed a remodeling project on one of the company’s locations in Valrico, Fla.

The 16,000-square-foot MCR Valrico location was updated to improve its appearance and streamline the repair process, according to MCR. The facility includes a 5,000-square-foot office with 13 indoor estimating and delivery bays. The company said Enterprise Leasing will have a branch on-site to improve the customer experience. 

“We have spent the last few years updating existing facilities and improving processes. Now that we are approaching the end of that project we will be aggressively looking to expand our footprint in the Central Florida market,” said Dave Mitchell, president and CEO of MCR. “We are a bit different than other buyers as we will either purchase or lease real estate, which allows the seller more flexibility.”

MCR operates eight collision repair facilities in the Tampa, Fla. market, and has an annual revenue of more than $20 million. For more information, visit

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