Acquisition adds a network of four I-CAR Gold Class repair centers in Nashville and Atlanta with luxury vehicle factory certifications
Chicago—Crash Champions announced this week that the company is continuing its fast start to 2023 with the acquisition of European Collision. European Collision operates four repair centers across the Nashville and Atlanta metro areas. The acquisition officially closed on Jan. 27.
“Welcoming European Collision to the Crash Champions team is another proud moment as we continue a fast start to the New Year,” said Matt Ebert, founder and CEO of Crash Champions. “European Collision has served both the Atlanta and Nashville markets with consistent high-quality collision repair service for decades. We look forward to the expanded service this acquisition brings to the overall Crash Champions network in these key markets across the Southern U.S.”
Through the acquisition of European Collision, Crash Champions adds a network of four I-CAR Gold Class repair centers to its growing national footprint. It also features a lineup of luxury OEM and EV certifications.
“The European Collision team is built on more than four decades of craftsmanship and quality service,” said owner and CEO Andrew Suggs. “As we met with the Crash Champions team, we quickly realized their leadership and culture aligned seamlessly. It’s a team that is operationally centric, and founder-led — traits that are core to European Collision. We are confident that this is a long-term investment in our team, our customers, and our business partners as we leverage the unparalleled resources and scale offered by a like-minded organization.”
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