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Fix Auto Adds New Franchise Strategic Partner in British Columbia

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Fix Auto 100 Mile House recently joined the network in British Columbia.

Located in the South Cariboo region of B.C., the facility is owned by Tom Bachynski who has two decades of experience in the automotive industry to back him. Bachynski has previously worked in different areas in the province, such as Port Moody, Richmond, North Vancouver and Vernon. Excited to join the Fix Auto network, he considers 100 Mile House as his home. “I just jumped into the industry with no prior experience or family ties to it,” he says. “After all these years, who’d of guessed I’d end up liking it so much and owning my own shop!”

Bachynski decided to join the Fix Auto banner due to its processes and standards that he believes will help him be successful in such a competitive industry. The Fix Network offers operational and management tools that are designed for shops to be run efficiently. The network states in a release that another advantage of joining the banner is its brand recognition across the country. This has been possible through national and local marketing initiatives that were designed by the network to ensure the Fix Auto brand is at the top of the mind of customers who require collision repair services.

“Auto body repair is a tough business and we need to glean all the expertise we can to help ensure our success which is why we chose Fix Auto,” says Bachynski.

Highly trained body and paint technicians make up the Fix Auto 100 Mile House team. This is to ensure that repairs are performed according to required standards and meet customer expectations. To be able to repair the technologically advanced vehicles of today, the facility and its equipment have been upgraded. As stated in the release, the Fix Auto 100 Mile House team is ready and eager to provide expert repair services in the community.

Commenting on the latest addition, Chris Peterson, Regional Vice President for Fix Network British Columbia, Alberta & Saskatchewan, said, “We are delighted to welcome Fix Auto 100 Mile House to the family. Tom’s enthusiasm for the brand and the support we have to offer makes this a true partnership poised for success. We are looking forward to working with Fix Auto 100 Mile House as they continue to grow their successful business.”

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