ABRA Auto Body & Glass Awards Sioux Falls, SD Franchise

Date: 20 August 2009
Source: ABRA
MINNEAPOLIS, MN, August 17, 2009 - ABRA Auto Body & Glass, a Minneapolis-based damaged vehicle repair company, announced today the awarding of a franchise repair center to Randy Nehring in Sioux Falls, SD.

Nehring is also the owner of Saturn of Sioux Falls, Cadillac of Sioux Falls, and Sioux Falls Ford.

Rollie Benjamin, President and CEO of ABRA, commented on ABRA’s decision to award this franchise to Nehring, “Randy and his team have been running extremely successful new car dealerships in Sioux Falls for many years. With their emphasis on integrity, their professional staff and leadership fit perfectly with our corporate philosophy. We are confident that the Sioux Falls repair center will perform at the high standards expected of all ABRA centers.”
The 10,000 square foot repair center, located at 4001 West 34th Street, employs Elmer Baker as its General Manager. In addition to collision repair, ABRA-Sioux Falls also offers auto glass repair/replacement and paintless dent removal. 
When asked of his decision to open an ABRA franchise, Nehring commented, “I became very interested in the ABRA system after seeing the metrics of their Aberdeen franchise. The procedures, training, and marketing support provided by their corporate staff will allow us to deliver industry-leading levels of efficiency and quality.”

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Date: 20 August 2009
Source: ABRA

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