Second Maaco Collision Repair and Auto Painting Center opens in Albuquerque NM
Franchise Owner Chooses Maaco Based on Their Support and Proven Playbook
May 29, 2019 // Franchising.com // CHARLOTTE - Maaco Collision Repair and Auto Painting, the leader in the $43 billion automotive paint and collision industry, is proud to announce that franchise owner Jeff Schultz has opened a new center at 2101 1st Street NW, in Albuquerque NM. This is the second Maaco center to open in Albuquerque this year, the first one at 6147 Zuni Road SE opened in January and is also owned by Schultz.
Schultz, a Health Care Financial Consultant and C.P.A. looked long and hard at various investment opportunities.
“Opening an independent business is a big risk, but franchises give you plenty of support,” said Schultz. “Especially a good franchise like Maaco. They have the experience, the playbook, and support you need to succeed.”
Maaco Collision Repair and Auto Painting, a member of the Driven Brands® portfolio, is America’s #1 Bodyshop. Maaco provides automotive paint and cosmetic repair services for nearly 500,000 drivers annually. With more than 500 independently owned and operated franchises across the United States and Canada, Maaco has restored the safety and appearance of more than 20 million vehicles over 47 years. Maaco has been named a top automotive franchise numerous times by Entrepreneur Magazine in its Annual Franchise 500 ranking. In addition to other honors, Maaco has been included on Franchise Times’ list of Top 200 franchises. For more information about Maaco, visit www.Maaco.com.
About Driven Brands
Driven Brands, headquartered in Charlotte, NC, is the parent company of North America’s leading automotive aftermarket brands across four distinct verticals: Repair & Maintenance, housing Meineke Car Care Centers®; Paint & Collision, housing Maaco® and CARSTAR North America®; Distribution, housing 1-800-Radiator & A/C®; and Quick Lube, housing Take 5 Oil Change. Driven Brands has more than 2,500 centers across North America, and combined, all businesses generate more than $2.6 billion in system sales and service.
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