Christian Brothers Automotive Franchise Celebrates Three Signed Agreements

Christian Brothers Automotive is in the midst of an exciting growth phase with plans in place to open more than 20 new locations this year, bringing the brand’s wide array of services to even more happy customers across the country.

Christian Brothers Automotive recently signed agreements with three entrepreneurs around the country to open up shops in their respective markets.

Kurt Hein, a current Christian Brothers franchisee who owns a shop in Grand Rapids, Michigan, signed an agreement to open another shop in the nearby Cascade Township.

Jeff Van Sant signed an agreement to open a Christian Brothers Automotive shop in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin. Prior to signing the agreement, Van Sant and his wife Pam owned and operated a 10-bay full-service general auto repair business in Pella, Iowa for 24 years.

Finally, Lance Blount signed an agreement to open a shop in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Before joining Christian Brothers, Lance served in the United States Army for 20 years, working as an officer for 17 of them.

Along with the dawn of a new day for car care in more markets nationwide comes a refreshing new guiding principle accompanying the approach Christian Brothers Automotive takes with its customers: “Love your neighbor as yourself.” Beyond just exemplary auto service, the brand takes a close interest in the health of its customers’ vehicles by approaching auto repair work with transparency, integrity and compassion.

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