Fix auto launches in mexico

Fix Network World | January 14, 2020

Fix auto launches in mexico
With more than 200 people in attendance, on October 24, 2019 at the Hacienda de los Morales in Mexico City, the Fix Network World celebrated bringing its’ internationally recognized Fix Auto brand to Mexico. The gala event marked the entrance of the global Fix Auto brand to the Mexican collision repair market. The event featured speeches from Fix Network World CEO Steve Leal, President of Fix Auto Mexico Manfred Brandes, Director of Operations for Fix Auto Mexico Jaime Castillo and special guest television personality Alonso Castellot. Local dignitaries, collision repairers, insurers, fleet companies and representatives from the Fix Network World team also joined the celebration. The Fix Auto franchise model provides repairers with the ability to run a successful business whilst uniting them with quality brand standards, superb customer service and the predictable consistency of repairs which is highly sought after by both insurance partners and customers.

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