Fix Auto USA Celebrates Its 200th Location Opening
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18 May, 2024

Fix Auto USA Celebrates Its 200th Location Opening

Fix Auto USA opened its 200th location in Palm Desert South, California, Body Shop Business reported. An impressive achievement for the company started just over a decade ago.

Fix Auto USA was founded in 2011 with a mission to create a network of independent auto body shops that will provide high-quality repairs and service. The company quickly went from a local business to a country-leading collision repair family.

"When Fix Auto USA joined the Driven Brands collision group back in 2020, it was clear that this group of owners was determined to be the best of the best," said Sabrina Thring, collision president at Driven Brands.

The owner of the 200th location is Henry Arroyo. He has five Fix Auto USA shops across Indio, Cathedral City, Palm Springs, and now two in Palm Desert. Beyond the business success, Arroyo is involved in giving back to his local communities.

"I'm honored to be the 200th Fix Auto USA location," said Arroyo. "I joined the network in 2014 and haven't looked back. This network has given me so much, and I can't wait to continue building my business and representing the brand."

Arroyo organizes drives to collect toys, clothes, and toiletries for children and homeless people. He also works with Martha's Kitchen to help the community. Henry is an active member of the National Auto Body Council. Recently, National Auto Body Council donated two vehicles to local families in need through their Recycled Rides program.

"With owners like Henry leading the way, I have no doubt we will continue reaching new heights," said Brian Newberry, Driven Brands' vice president of collision development. "Opening the 200th location is just one step in our growth, and I am thrilled to see what's next for this brand."

Fix Auto USA has been doing a good run by opening 20-25 new stores every year since 2018. The executives plan to keep the same pace to have over 300 stores open across 13 U.S. states by 2025.