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ABRA Auto Body & Glass Expands Further in N.C.

August 27, 2014 - Press Release

ABRA Auto Body & Glass, a leading national collision repair company, announced the acquisition of Raleigh Collision in Raleigh, N.C.

The deal follows other acquisitions in recent weeks in Fayetteville and Charlotte. Terms of the Raleigh transaction were not disclosed.

The recent growth in North Carolina is part of the company’s aggressive and ongoing strategy to increase its national footprint, ABRA said. ABRA’s portfolio now stands at 240 repair centers in 19 states.

“Our road map for growth in North Carolina is unfolding as planned,” said Duane 
Rouse, ABRA’s president and CEO. “We remain completely
 focused on our long-term strategy.”

 

 

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