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Colors On Parade opens four new franchises

Wednesday, April 25, 2018 - 07:00
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No more living with scratches and dents on your beloved vehicle and no more hassle from the body shop, Colors on Parade will bring ecosmart mobile repairs to you at an affordable price. Dealerships can be assured they will receive the highest quality repairs on their lot with a quick cycle time and the highest environmental standards. 

Colors on Parade announced the opening of four new franchise locations: one in Albany, New York, and another in Poughkeepsie, and two in Palm Beach, Fla.

The new Albany franchise is located in the Schenectady area, which is led by Area Developer Luke Dygert. Mani Rico is the owner and operator as well as the paint technician. 

Prior to becoming a franchisee, Mani worked with Luke Dygert for three years before deciding to become a franchisee. He looks forward to focusing on dealerships and obtaining new accounts. He is eager to grow within the business, turning it into a successful career. Previously, Mani drove a tractor trailer for Nabisco. 

Mani and his wife Cindy participate in door-to-door ministry within their community, and in their spare time, also enjoy sports- especially football. 

“As we continue to grow the Colors on Parade brand with more locations across the country, it is a goal to make convenient, affordable mobile repair accessible for our customers,” said Jeff Cox, president of Colors on Parade. “A key component to doing so is our group of passionate franchisees who provide a high-level of expertise and professionalism to our customers.”

The Poughkeepsie, New York franchise is located in the Dutchess area, which is led by Area Developer Butch Truitt. Shane Dygert is the owner and operator as well as the paint technician. 

Shane Dygert comes from Beacon County, NY and has dedicated his time working with Butch Truitt. He initially started working at Colors with his brother, Luke about eight years ago. Shane has a love for cars and considers it one of his biggest passions. Previously, Shane was a caddie at Trump National Golf Course.

As Shane develops his franchise with Colors on Parade, he intends to focus on wholesale and dealerships. He volunteers doing Bible educational work and has been awarded the Regional Champion for Automotive Technology Award. He enjoys playing sports, technology and photography. His parents are residents of the Beacon area, and he has one brother, Luke.

“As we continue to grow the Colors on Parade brand with more locations across the country, it is a goal to make convenient, affordable mobile repair accessible for our customers,” said Jeff Cox, president of Colors on Parade. “A key component to doing so is our group of passionate franchisees who provide a high-level of expertise and professionalism to our customers.”

The South Florida area locations are led by Area Developer Aaron Sills. Ronal Ramirez and Javier Gonzales are the owners and operators as well as the paint technicians.

Ronal Ramirez has joined the Colors family from the South Florida area. He has been working with fellow franchisee Freddy Falcones. Having Freddy as a mentor really helped introduce Ronal to a trade that he loves, and provided fulfilling experiences within the industry. Previous to coming on board with Colors, he worked in car detailing for ten years. In his free time, Ronal likes to spend time with his family and mountain bike. He hopes to help mentor others within his community to be goal-oriented and passionate.

Javier Gonzales comes from the South Florida area and has been working with Aaron Sills. Javier is originally from Cuba and moved to the United States in search of a long -term career. Javier has always had an interest in automobiles, working for many years in an auto body shop. 

Javier is highly invested in the growth of his business and is excited to learn more about obtaining new accounts, meeting new people and working with dealerships to broaden his business. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his friends, fishing, and going to the beach. 

“As we continue to grow the Colors on Parade brand with more locations across the country, it is a goal to make convenient, affordable mobile repair accessible for our customers,” said Jeff Cox, president of Colors on Parade. “A key component to doing so is our group of passionate franchisees who provide a high-level of expertise and professionalism to our customers.”

Franchise opportunities still remain available throughout the United States. Information about franchising opportunities can be found at http://www.colorsonparade.com/franchise-opportunities/.

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