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Service King Collision Repair Centers®, as part of the organization’s continued dedication to enriching local communities, recently presented a donation in the amount of $30,000 to The 100 Club of San Antonio. 

Tuesday, 12 December 2017 19:01

Police Investigate Suspicious Vehicle Fire in CO

Written by Gabrielle Porter, The Daily Sentinel

The Grand Junction, CO, Police Department is investigating a car fire that was reported outside an auto body shop in the 800 block of South Seventh Street the morning of Dec. 5, according to a department spokeswoman.

Monday, 11 December 2017 22:05

Auto Body Shops Impacted by Summer 2017 Hail Storm in TX

Written by Eric Onyechefule, News West 9

It’s been a few months, but auto body shops are still tied up with vehicles that have been damaged by hail storms in Texas.

Service King Collision Repair Centers® recently announced the opening of a new Houston, TX, location. 

Service King Collision Repair Centers® recently announced the opening of its 36th Dallas-Fort Worth location. 

Service King Collision Repair Centers® recently announced the company is expanding its service in the Colorado Springs area. 

For 23 years, Service King Collision Repair Centers and its Dallas-Fort Worth teammates have welcomed the fall with its annual DFW Charity Golf Tournament.

Service King Collision Repair Centers®, with the help of its Phoenix, AZ, teammates, recently presented a donation in the amount of $35,000 to Singleton Moms as part of the organization’s ongoing Service King Cares initiative.

Tuesday, 05 December 2017 17:39

Charlton Auto Body in TX Is Going Strong After 80 Years

Written by Donna Hill, Fort Bend Star

Chuck Charlton of Charlton Auto Body in Stafford, TX, understands customers and treats them like family.

Tuesday, 28 November 2017 17:39

Vulnerable Traffic Systems Focus of San Antonio Project

Written by Paul Flahive, Texas Public Radio

Your morning commute is guided by invisible forces in the form of sensors, electronic traffic signs and lights. 

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