ABRA Auto Body & Glass Adds Minnesota Franchise

ABRA Auto Body & Glass, a Minneapolis-based damaged vehicle repair company, announced today the opening of its newest repair center in Faribault, MN, the franchise was awarded to the Harry Brown Automotive Group in Faribault.

Mark Wahlin, Vice President of Franchise Development for ABRA, commented on ABRA’s decision to award a franchise to the Brown family: “We are excited about our relationship with Mike Brown and his family. He is a fantastic business owner, and we are pleased that he saw the opportunities that are available through ABRA’s franchise program.”

The repair center, located at 1807 Grant Street South, consists of 13,000 square feet, and is equipped with a MegaRack 360 frame rack for unibody and full frames, a Shark computerized measuring system, and a Unicure downdraft paint booth with oven.

When asked of his decision to open an ABRA franchise, Mike Brown commented, “Our family’s operations focus on quality, customer service, and integrity – values that we share with ABRA. Their 20-plus-year record of success proves that they are a company that can be relied on for years to come, and will be there to provide the training and support they are known for.”

ABRA Auto Body & Glass is a national damaged vehicle repair company specializing in collision repair, paintless dent removal, and auto glass repair and replacement. Started with one repair center in 1984, they have grown to ninety-one facilities in eleven states. Their plans for accelerated national growth over the next several years include acquiring existing facilities and building new locations.

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Date: 12 January 2008
Source: Businesswire.com

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