ABRA Auto Body & Glass Opens Minneapolis Repair Center

ABRA Auto Body & Glass, a Minneapolis-based damaged vehicle repair company, announced today the opening of their twenty-ninth repair center in metro Minneapolis.

The facility, located at 13819 Johnson Street NE in Ham Lake, will increase the number of ABRA repair centers to eighty-nine in ten states.

According to Rollie Benjamin, ABRA's Chief Executive Officer, "ABRA built this repair center to meet the growing needs of our insurance partners and vehicle owners as the metro continues to expand. ABRA's long-term plan has always been to make it convenient for the consumers in Minneapolis-St. Paul to get to a state-of-the-art ABRA repair center no matter where they happen to live or work. The addition of a repair center in Ham Lake will help us better serve the northern metro area."

This fully air conditioned prototype center consists of 18,000 square feet and utilizes state-of-the art collision repair equipment, including a Blackhawk KJ Full Frame Rack, a Shark Ultrasonic Frame Measuring System, and a USI Master Downdraft Paint Booth.

"The repair center is conveniently at the intersection of Hwy. 65 and Bunker Lake Blvd.", stated Bill Prince, Vice President ABRA-Minnesota. "Along with collision repair, the Ham Lake repair center will also offer paintless dent removal and auto glass repair and replacement."

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Date: 12 July 2004
Source: Businesswire.com

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