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Caliber Collision, AutoBody America Add Locations

November 10, 2010

LOS ANGELES - Two major collision-repair companies, Caliber Collision Centers and AutoBody America, recently opened new locations, according to reports from CollisionWeek

Caliber Collision Centers, which operates 78 facilities in California and Texas, celebrated the grand opening of a 10,000-square-foot collision repair center in Burbank, Calif. The facility was formerly D&D Auto Collision. Caliber now has five locations in Los Angeles County. 

Meanwhile, AutoBody America, based in the South, has acquired Greg Helmbeck's Collision Repair in Little Rock, Ark. AutoBody America now has 13 locations, primarily in Tennessee and Mississippi.

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