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Service King Expands in Seattle, Philadelphia

February 04, 2015 - Press Release

Photo courtesy of Service King Collision Repair Centers.
Photo courtesy of Service King Collision Repair Centers.

Service King Collision Repair Centers has continued to expand its footprint in recent weeks, acquiring facilities in the Philadelphia, Seattle and Fort Myers, Fla., areas.

The company on Feb. 1 closed the purchase of a 25,000-square-foot facility in Marysville, Wash., formerly occupied by Charlie’s State Ave. Collision Repair. The center opened for business this week as Service King’s second location in Snohomish County, adding to the store located in Mill Creek.

The opening of Service King’s Marysville location comes on the heels of the company’s acquisition of Kirmac Collision Services’ 12 area locations in December.

“This is an exciting step forward in our continued effort to grow in the Seattle area,” said Chris Anderson, Service King Western U.S. vice president. “We look forward to the success of this location and serving our customers in the Marysville community.”

Service King has also strengthened its presence in the Northeast. In early January, the company acquired Grand Sport Auto Body, which added eight locations in the Philadelphia market. Service King now has 12 locations in the area.

Additionally, on Jan. 20, Service King announced the acquisition of Jack’s Collision Center in Fort Myers, Fla. The company now has 11 total locations throughout Florida.

Service King is one of the largest multi-location operators of collision repair facilities. The company serves customers at more than 220 locations in 21 states.

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