New Franchisee Training

New Automotive Franchisee Training

Setting Up a Christian Brothers Franchise for Success

At Christian Brothers Automotive, we see great value in prospective franchisees who have never worked in the automotive field before. Remember, when Mark Carr founded Christian Brothers Automotive in 1982, he wasn't a mechanic—he was a graphic arts salesman for a photographic mural company. Yet that "outsider" perspective allowed him to see the auto service industry from the inside out and lay the groundwork for an extraordinary customer service experience for our customers.

We see a similar potential in prospective franchisees who share our same core values and are ready to do what it takes to carry forth the Christian Brothers Automotive brand. From the most basic questions to high-level business and finance concerns, our franchise support team and training program are there to transform our franchisees into auto repair franchise champions.

Want to learn more about the resources we're ready to provide our franchisees as they take this journey with us? Reach out to our friendly team at today.

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Hear From Some of Our Franchisees

  • "There are so many little things we do to let people know, ‘Hey, I’m trying to help you out.’ For instance, we’ll go out and jump start cars so customers don’t have to have their cars towed in, which saves them money, and our National Service Day for ..."

    Matt & Lee Rucks

  • "I’ve been very impressed with everything I’ve seen. We’ve met trainers when they’ve come out to the other stores in the Tampa area, and they are always very professional and obviously know what they’re doing and what pitfalls franchisees need to look ..."

    Retired Army Col. Jud Cook. and his wife Jenny

  • "How would you treat that customer if it was your mom, or your grandmother? You’d take care of them the right way. That’s really what we fall on, and we trust God for the results."

    Chip Fenner