Even Service King can use some bling!

Service King Collision Repair Centers was founded in Dallas, Texas, in 1976 when Eddie Lennox purchased an existing body shop in a small tin shack complete with a hand painted sign that read, “Service King.” Eddie’s good reputation, hard work and key insurance relationships helped him to grow his customer base quickly and over the next 25 years, Service King became the largest employee-owned paint and body operation in the country.

Today, Service King employs over 1500 hundred employees and has 49 Texas locations; 23 in Dallas/Ft Worth, 12  in Houston, 5 in Austin and 9 in San Antonio. They offer a lifetime warranty on all collision repairs and have made the repair process convenient with on-site rental cars and working directly with insurance companies.

Pictured in the photo are two key women involved in Service King Houston’s Business Development Department: Regional Manager, Shyllo DeLaCruz and Agency Specialist, Lindsey Fisher. This team is charged with building and maintaining relationships with insurance companies and automotive dealerships, as well as the many Chambers of Commerce of which they are members.

Service King is also heavily involved in community contribution through local area schools and charities. Additionally, the Business Development team provides extensive sales/customer service training for Service King employees as well as Continuing Education courses for their licensed insurance partners.

Blinged Up loved making these darling shirts for Service King!


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