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Thursday, 27 September 2012 17:20

Service King Acquires Collision Specialists of Texas in Mansfield

Service King Collision Repair Centers, a Texas-based operator of multiple collision repair facilities in the Dallas-Ft. Worth, San Antonio, Austin, and Houston markets, has agreed to purchase Collision Specialists of Texas, a collision repair center in Mansfield, Texas.   The transaction is expected to close October 12th. 

Collision Specialists becomes Service King’s 51st location in Texas, and their 24th collision center in the Dallas – Fort Worth marketplace. The facility is conveniently located on Highway 157 in Mansfield, Texas.

Brent McKinney, Vice President of Service King’s DFW Market stated, “Collision Specialists has a reputation for quality repairs and excellent customer service.  Service King is excited to be able to service the Mansfield and surrounding areas with this new location.  The state of the art 37,000 square foot facility will allow Service King to service the Mansfield market offering growth and promotional opportunities to our new teammates.”

The services offered at this new location are just as one would find at any Service King throughout Texas, with a focus on customer service, quality repairs, and on-going training.  All repair work is backed by a written lifetime guarantee, providing the ultimate in quality and customer satisfaction and, visitors can expect the same clean, comfortable customer lobby, accommodating to both customers and insurance partners. In addition, Collision Specialists will ultimately employ 40 teammates. 

Service King Collision Repair Centers was founded 36 years ago by Eddie Lennox, with one location in Dallas, Texas. The Carlyle Group bought a majority stake in Richardson-based Service King last month, providing the capital necessary to grow nationally. Now, with 24 Dallas-Fort Worth locations, 12 Houston locations, 9 San Antonio, and 6 Austin, Texas locations, Service King recently announced national expansion plans to acquire eight collision centers in Arizona by next month.

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