The locally owned and operated MSO has six-locations throughout Wichita, Newton and Topeka
Chicago—Crash Champions announced Monday it has purchased All Angles Collision Repair, which has locations in Newton, Topeka and Wichita.
All Angles Collision Repair has been providing auto body repair to the Wichita area since 2005. Since then, the company has grown and expanded to serve the surrounding areas. It is factory-certified for Ford, Nissan, GM, FCA, and Kia. The news was first reported by the Topeka Capital-Journal.
Chicago-based Crash Champions is the fifth largest collision repair company in the U.S., according to a news release. It began in 1999 with a small shop in New Lenox, Ill., New Lenox Auto Body. After more than 15 years of owning a small neighborhood collision center, Matt Ebert wanted to bring his vision to towns throughout the Chicagoland area, the company website states.
In 2014, the company’s name was changed to Crash Champions-New Lenox and the brand began to grow. From 2014 through 2020, the Crash Champions organization grew to have numerous collision centers throughout the Chicago market and became a regional leader in collision repair.
In 2020, the company began its rapid growth strategy with its first out-of-market acquisition located in Columbus, Ohio. Today, Crash Champions is one of the largest collision repair MSO’s, with locations across Illinois, Ohio, Wisconsin, Missouri, Kansas, Iowa and California.