Caliber Collision Centers, the largest collision repair company in the U.S., celebrated a major milestone in the company's history with the opening of its 500th location in Ft. Worth, Texas this week. Caliber Collisions' 500 centers are located across 17 states and the District of Columbia.
"The continued growth of our company is a direct result of the dedication of our 10,600 teammates to restore the rhythm of life for our customers, teammates, partners and the communities we serve," said Steve Grimshaw, Caliber Collision Chief Executive Officer.
"Their commitment to serve while exceeding our customer expectations is what fuels our continued growth across the U.S. as we become the collision repair provider of choice in every community we serve," said Grimshaw.
|Caliber Collision teammates celebrate the opening of the company’s500th location in Ft. Worth, Texas.|
Caliber's commitment to serve also includes community involvement programs like the Caliber Rhythm Restoration Food Drive which annually raises millions of meals to feed children during summer months.
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Through its Recycled Rides™ program in partnership with the National Auto Body Council, Caliber teammates donate personal time to repair and gift vehicles to families in need of reliable transportation. Over the past five years, Caliber has gifted more than 150 cars to primarily active military and veteran families across the U.S.
As part of the company's commitment to support military service members, Caliber recently launched its Changing Lanes program, the first and only program that provides soldiers transitioning from active duty to civilian life with no cost training for a rewarding career in the collision repair industry.
"We are proud and humbled reaching this 500-location milestone, and thank our customers, business partners, and teammates who have all contributed to the continued success of our company," said Mark Sanders, Caliber Collision Centers' President and Chief Operating Officer.