Press listingOctober 5 2021

Crash Champions Adds Four Locations Across Wisconsin And Idaho

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Company acquires Pulera Collision Center in Wisconsin and three-location First Choice Collision Repair in Idaho

Chicago, IL, October 4, 2021 – Crash Champions, LLC (“Crash Champions” or the “Company”), one of the nation’s fastest growing independent collision repair companies, announced today it has acquired Wisconsin’s Pulera Collision Center (“Pulera Collision”), located at 7110 70th Court in Kenosha, and Idaho’s First Choice Collision Repair (“First Choice”), consisting of three locations across the Boise metropolitan area. The addition of Pulera Collision follows the Company’s other 2021 acquisitions in the region, including D&M Auto Body, Milwaukee Collision, and two Quality Auto Body repair shops. The addition of First Choice represents the Company’s first expansion in Idaho after initially entering the market earlier this year with the acquisition of Coachman Auto Body.

“These two transactions will be terrific additions to Crash’s growing footprints in Wisconsin and Idaho,” said Matt Ebert, founder and CEO of Crash Champions. “Pulera Collision is a standout in the Chicago-Milwaukee corridor, having been selected multiple times as a Best of Kenosha County winner, and First Choice has grown to three locations thanks to its talented professionals and an unwavering dedication to its customers. Like Crash, both organizations share our commitment to delivering high-quality repairs and first-class service, and I am confident that we can deliver even greater value to these customers and communities as part of the Crash Champions family.”

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About Crash Champions

Crash Champions is a leading independent collision repair company operating ~570 state-of-the-art centers across 35 states and Washington, D.C. Founded in 1999 as a single shop outside Chicago by industry veteran and entrepreneur Matt Ebert, today Crash Champions is one of the fastest-growing and largest founder-led and operated collision repair MSOs in America. For more information, visit

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