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Colors On Parade opens three new Pennsylvania shops

Friday, January 25, 2019 - 09:00
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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 a three new franchise locations in Pennsylvania. The first of the three new franchises is in Glenn Mills, and Corey Dyer is the owner and operator as well as the paint technician.

Dyer has 13 years of experience in the automotive industry. He decided to join the Colors On Parade team to ensure a stronger financial future and decided to become a franchisee knowing the potential and growth it could provide. Corey is excited to overcome the challenges of owning your own business, such as being responsible for everything you do, and overcoming difficult weather conditions in an area like Pennsylvania.

The second of the three new franchises is in Norristown, and Mike McMonagle is the owner and operator as well as the paint technician.

Mike McMonagle has been in the automotive industry for five years. Mike has had the opportunity to work directly as an employee with Ben Moister during that time, and originally got involved with Colors On Parade by talking with both Ben and Dan previously about Colors and the freedom and access to the community it provided. He previously worked for a company called Professional Sports Publications selling advertisements for gameday programs, and then worked with AJR painting doing residential painting. He decided after being involved with the company for so long, he would become a franchisee knowing the potential and growth it could provide. He is excited to overcome the challenges of owning your own business, such as overcoming difficult weather conditions in an area like Pennsylvania.

In his free time, Mike enjoys traveling, hiking, video games and watching the Eagles, Sixers and the Phillies. He has attended the Connection Church for six years and helps wherever he is needed within that community. He has been married to his wife Michelle for five years and they have a two year-old daughter as well as another daughter on the way this spring.

The third of the new franchise locations is owned and operated by Nate Critchlow, who is also the paint technician.

Critchlow has been in the automotive industry for five years. Previously, he worked within the industry as an auto technician. Nate originally got involved with Colors On Parade because a friend told him about the company. He decided he would become a franchisee knowing the potential and growth it could provide. Nate is excited to overcome the challenges of owning your own business, such as being responsible for everything you do, and overcoming difficult weather conditions in an area like Pennsylvania.

"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."

With more than 30 years of experience and over 250 operating franchises across the U.S., Colors on Parade is consistently ranked by Entrepreneur magazine as one of the nation’s top automobile franchise systems. The company’s extensive training and certification process allows new franchisees to provide customer services safely onsite while using an exclusive process.

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

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