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Gerber Collision & Glass Continues Expansion

November 18, 2014 - Press Release

Gerber Collision & Glass has acquired a number of collision repair businesses in the past few months, adding locations in Idaho, Washington State, Georgia, Michigan and Florida.

Gerber Collision & Glass is part of The Boyd Group, which has more locations in North America than any other operator of non-franchised collision repair centers.

The company this month announced two new locations: a 7,900-square-foot facility in Seattle (formerly Malo’s Auto Body) and a 13,500-square-foot center in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho (formerly Lake City Auto Body).

In October, the company announced the acquisition of Advanced Collision Center in Brunswick, Ga., and opened a new location in Commerce Township, Mich.

In September, Gerber announced acquiring a Collex Collision Experts location in Roseville, Mich.; Atlanta Import Collision Center in Atlanta, Ga.; and Eagle Automotive Auto Body Repairs in Naples, Fla.

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