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January 26, 2015

CARSTAR AUTO BODY REPAIR EXPERTS ADDS THREE-STORE MSO

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CARSTAR AUTO BODY REPAIR EXPERTS ADDS THREE-STORE MSO

LEAWOOD, KS (January, 2015) – CARSTAR Auto Body Repair Experts is expanding in the Midwest with the addition of a three-store MSO to its growing list of shops. CARSTAR Wilson Green Bay West and CARSTAR Wilson Niagara in Wisconsin, along with CARSTAR Wilson Norway in Michigan, are the latest additions to North America’s largest collision repair network. The shops are owned and operated by Kevin and Ruth Wilson

CARSTAR Wilson Green Bay West is located at 750 Hansen Road in Green Bay, WI. CARSTAR Wilson Niagara is located at 785 Coolidge Avenue in Niagara, WI. It is the first shop that Kevin Wilson built in 2002. CARSTAR Wilson Norway, located at 1715 E. US Highway 2 in Norway, MI, just happens to be the shop where he worked as a tech for nine years before becoming an owner.

“We are extremely excited to become part of CARSTAR,” said Kevin Wilson. “As a MSO, it is often difficult to maintain consistency across all locations. We are confident that the benefits offered by CARSTAR are the keys to continued growth, improvement and success in this industry. We are looking forward to bringing our company to the next level as part of the CARSTAR family.”

Each of the three CARSTAR Wilson locations incorporates some of the latest technology in collision repair. They all feature heated downdraft paint booths, along with unibody and frame equipment. Wilson also utilizes the CCC ONE® Total Repair Platform for computerized estimating, workflow, repair processes and an improved customer experience.

“We are excited to welcome Kevin and Ruth Wilson to the CARSTAR family,” said David Byers, CEO of CARSTAR Auto Body Repair Experts. “A growing MSO is the perfect partner to benefit from the programs and resources that CARSTAR offers. We look forward to working with the Wilsons to provide the highest-quality collision repair in the Midwest and seeing them grow into a larger MSO in the future.”