ABRA Auto Body & Glass Opens Repair Center in Morrow, GA

ABRA Auto Body & Glass, a Minneapolis-based damaged vehicle repair company, announced today the opening of a repair center in Morrow, GA.

With this addition, ABRA now operates thirteen Atlanta-area repair centers and eighty-one centers nationwide.

When asked why ABRA decided to locate in Morrow, Tim Adelmann, ABRA's Chief Operating Officer responded: "ABRA has been dedicated to offering the best in customer service in the Georgia market since we entered it in 1999. Adding another repair center in metro Atlanta will allow our customers to receive a high-quality, timely repair at a location convenient to their home or office."

The repair center, located at 6849 Mount Zion Blvd., consists of 18,000 square feet, and will initially employ a general manager, one estimator, one body technician, one paint technician, and a detailer.

According to Andy Ingalls, Vice President of ABRA-Georgia, "We are extremely excited about the opening of this Morrow facility. We will continue to offer our excellent quality repairs and customer service. As with our other Atlanta locations, Morrow will offer full-service collision repair, paintless dent removal, auto glass repair and replacement, and 24/7 towing and rental car assistance."

In addition to Georgia, ABRA operates repair centers in Colorado, Iowa, Minnesota, Mississippi, North Dakota, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah and Wisconsin. For employment opportunities, call 1-888-USA-ABRA, Option 7.

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