The acquisition gives Crash Champions eight locations in the state and follows the company’s acquisition of Ruben’s Body Shop earlier this year.
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Born in Prairieville, Mich., M.J. Goss made his way to La Grande in 1917 and began working for auto garages in the area and selling Studebakers.
After multiple educational and professional attempts, the 33-year-old found his true calling with PCC’s Auto Collision Repair Technology Program.
TIA is taking its certified Automotive Tire Service Advanced Instructor training to the Pacific Northwest; tire techs encouraged to register.
For the past 28 years, Brett Anderson has taught inner-city students of Benson Polytechnical High School.
Three students from Vale High School will be competing in the national competition in June in Atlanta.
The acquisition of Len’s Auto Body adds a key location in Southern California, making the Golden State the company’s largest market based on shop count.