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Caliber Collision Centers Adds Locations in L.A. County

February 27, 2013 - Press Release

Caliber Collision Centers announced the opening of a new location in Long Beach, Calif.

“Today’s opening of our new Long Beach center increases our total locations in the greater Los Angeles region to 21 as we restore our customers to the rhythm of their lives,” said Steve Grimshaw, Caliber Collision Centers’ chief executive officer.

Caliber Collision’s newly opened 11,000-square-foot collision repair facility is located at 3399 East Willow Street in Long Beach.

“Our new Long Beach center brings Caliber Collision’s total locations to 123 as we continue to grow as the collision repair provider of choice in every community we serve,” added Mark Sanders, chief operating officer for Caliber Collision Centers.

Earlier this month, Caliber Collision Centers announced it had agreed to acquire 101 Collision. 101 Collision has five locations in Southern California, including Westlake Village, Burbank, Oxnard, Santa Barbara and Simi Valley.

“Partnering with Caliber Collision Centers provides our management team with unlimited growth opportunities across the Southern California coast through operational efficiencies and best practices that only a company like Caliber Collision Centers can provide in today’s marketplace,” said Edward Mohr, founder of 101 Collision.

Caliber Collision Centers is one of the largest collision repair companies in America, with collision repair centers throughout California, Nevada, Arizona and Texas.

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