DENVER — Colorado-based entrepreneurs have opened Christian Brothers Automotive-branded franchised auto care centers in the Denver suburb communities of Arvada and Wheat Ridge, Colo.
The newly opened shops — both greenfield constructions — are the 27th and 28th Christian Brothers locations in Colorado.
In Arvada, local entrepreneur Luke Johnson is venturing into the auto repair business for the first time after spending nearly a decade in the lawncare sector, first with his father's business and then as head of his own company specializing in automated landscaping machines.
"When I was looking for a business venture that would take my career to the next level, investing into my own success with Christian Brothers Automotive was a simple decision, considering the brand's reputation," Johnson said.
"We strive to show our 'nice difference' by creating a lasting relationship with our guests — one in which we can develop long-term trust," Johnson said.
"We aren't looking to upsell additional services when guests don't absolutely need more work done to their cars. Instead, we talk through a guest's options and give them the keys to make the final decision."