The MSO now has eight facilities in the state and launches its first location in New Jersey
Chicago—Crash Champions announced on Sept. 14 that it has acquired two collision repair shops in Wisconsin and another in New Jersey.
The additions of Total Auto Body in in Grafton, Wis., and Racine Auto Body in Racine, Wis., supplements the company’s recent acquisitions of D&M Auto Body, Quality Auto Body, Silver Spring Collision Center and Gillette’s Collision Center, bringing the company’s number of locations in Wisconsin to eight.
With the addition of Robbie’s Auto, Crash Champions marks its first entrance into the New Jersey market, a complement to the Pennsylvania presence the company gained following its acquisition of Signature Collision Centers earlier this year.
“With these three acquisitions, I am excited for Crash Champions to enter the New Jersey market and strengthen our presence in the Milwaukee market,” said Matt Ebert, founder and CEO of Crash Champions. “What unites these three facilities is that they each possess highly trained technicians that work in state-of-the-art facilities and provide the highest quality repairs. Their dedication to the customer experience and commitment to safety exemplify everything that we stand for at Crash, making each of them a natural addition to our growing national footprint of locations.”