ABRA opens fourth repair center in South Dakota

ABRA Auto Body & Glass, a Minneapolis-based damaged vehicle repair company, opened ia new facility in Watertown, SD.

This repair center, formerly known as Sharp Collision Center, is the twenty-third franchise operating under the ABRA brand. Doug Sharp, owner of Sharp Automotive, will continue as the owner/operator of ABRA-Watertown. “We have had a great team in place for quite some time,” Sharp says. “But we were lacking in some important areas. Among many other things, ABRA brings us a sophisticated management system, and on-going training for our team. We’re all very proud to be a part of Team ABRA.” ABRA-Watertown is located on West Hwy 212, and employs ten production and office staff members. General Manager Don Meyer joined Sharp’s Automotive nine years ago, and was a machinist for 26 years prior.       

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