Slave Lake, Alberta — CSN Avalon in Slave Lake is the most recent addition to the CSN Collision Centres network, the company announced March 10.
Mike Boucher takes the helm managing the operations at CSN Avalon supported by a roster of experienced technicians and customer service specialists. The team at CSN Avalon has a combined 75-years of collision and auto body repair experience making their services extremely important to the growing community of Slave Lake.
“Lift is excited to add Avalon Auto Body, now CSN Avalon, to its growing portfolio of 13 high-quality collision repair facilities across Canada,” said Lift Auto Group President and CEO, Mark Reineking. “Avalon has been serving Slave Lake and the surrounding area for well over three decades, and prior owners Jim and Brenda Zachary have done an exceptional job of making Avalon the go-to shop in the region.”
With a little more than 7,000 people populating the city, located just 200km from Edmonton to the northwest and the same distance from Fort McMurray to the southwest, Slave Lake services an additional 14,000 people within their greater trading area.
“The staff have such a good connection with the community and everyone knows where to go for the best collision repair service,” said CSN Western Sales Manager, Kari Barton. “They’re a fantastic addition to our team in Alberta and we couldn’t be happier to have them in the network.”
CSN Avalon was activated as an official CSN Collision Centre on March 1st, 2021.