HUNTSVILLE, Alabama – The Huntsville area’s mobile automotive paint, hole and ding correct marketplace only got a small larger.
Colors on Parade, a South Carolina-based association with franchises in 31 states, recently non-stop dual new locations in Madison and Athens. The Madison bureau is owned and operated by Chaz Langseth, who worked in a electrical attention before fasten Colors on Parade.
Rafael Romero, who formerly owned a thatch company, runs a Athens location. Both stores use environmentally-friendly record to correct paint scratches, scrapes, dents, and dings for vehicle dealerships, swift owners, let vehicle agencies, physique shops and individuals.
The Madison and Athens franchises are in Colors on Parade’s Huntsville informal territory, that is led by area developer Todd Dumas. The association serves a whole 16-county North Alabama region.
Ranked by Entrepreneur repository as one of a nation’s tip vehicle authorization systems, Colors on Parade has 250 franchises opposite a U.S. The business was founded 26 years ago by Robert Lowery to offer a automotive attention with physique emporium repairs from a mobile unit.