CARSTAR Red Deer South opens in Alberta

CARSTAR Red Deer South (above) was designed and built to work in conjunction with the existing CARSTAR location in Red Deer.

Hamilton, Ontario — January 5, 2016 — CARSTAR Automotive Canada has announced the addition of CARSTAR Red Deer South located at 498 McCoy Drive in Red Deer County, Alberta. 

CARSTAR Red Deer South is a brand new 9,000 sq. ft. facility that was built and designed to work in conjunction with the existing CARSTAR location in Red Deer, located in the Downtown Business Area. The owners of CARSTAR Red Deer South are Darryl Hemstreet and Brian Hemstreet along with Darren Warrian. Together, they bring over 35 years combined experience in the collision repair industry with a focus on servicing the collision repair and insurance market.

CARSTAR Red Deer South will operate under and follow the same lean principles that CARSTAR Red Deer has built its success around. 

“Red Deer continues to be a strong and thriving western Canadian city and timing was finally right for us to expand,” says Hemstreet. “Our new location will work closely with our existing location to make sure that we are providing the highest possible service to our insurance partners.”

A statement from the company says that both CARSTAR Red Deer locations pride themselves on being best in class operations with an eye on sustainability, and both locations operate in a team based environment and see that as a competitive advantage in the future.

“We understand that the industry is constantly changing and feel that we are now more prepared for the future,” says Warrian.

CARSTAR Red Deer supports many local initiatives including the local chapter of Cystic Fibrosis Canada, the Red Deer Boys & Girls Club, the Red Deer Christmas Bureau, and several youth sports teams. “We feel that it is important to give back and support the community that year in and year out has supported us,” says Hemstreet.

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