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 two new new franchise locations — on in Hampton, New Hampshire, and the other in Lake Elsinore, Calif.
New Hampshire location
Duffy Cink is the owner and operator as well as the paint technician. The new franchise is located in the Rockingham County area, which Cink will eventually take over to become the Area Developer.
Cink has 18 years of experience in the automotive industry. Previously he worked at Auto Wash Maintenance as the Director of Chemical Sales, Meguiar’s as the Senior Product Manager and Rupes, USA as the National Sales Manager. Duffy also obtained his B.A in Business at Point Loma Nazarene University in San Diego, Calif.
He is looking forward to learning the business, and hoping to become profitable as quickly as possible while facing the challenge of opening and owning a completely new territory within the Colors On Parade system. Cink is a youth sports coach for his community baseball and softball leagues, and is the current Director for the Hampton Parks and Rec Advisory Board. He is a former member of the PGA of America, and is still in avid golfer in his free time. He also enjoys curing, brining and smoking an assortment of meats. He is married to his wife Kelli, and they have a daughter and a son together.
New California location
The new franchise is located in the Riverside County area, where Steve Vines operates as the Area Developer of. Mike Miller is the owner and operator as well as the paint technician.
Miller has been in the automotive industry his whole life. For the last three years, he has been an employee with Colors On Parade, but is now transitioning to becoming an operator franchisee. He currently works as a technician on dealership lots getting the cars approved, doing paint and clearing as well as scratch removal.
In his free time, Miller enjoys riding dirt bikes, skating, biking and hiking. He grew up living with his grandparents, and considers his greatest accomplishment to be starting a family. Miller is involved in his community by helping the homeless when he has the opportunity.
“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/.