Big Rig Collision to open new location, change name

Posted on December 28, 2009

Celebrating 30 years this year, Big Rig Collision will open its new Las Vegas location in mid-2010 and do so under a new name, BRC Coach & Transit.

"In Big Rig Collision's early days, the name was an accurate reflection of our core focus - namely, performing collision repair for tractor trailer operators," said Brad Field, president of Big Rig Collision. "Over the years, we've evolved into a leading provider of repair, refurbishment and restoration services for the motorcoach and transit industries. 'BRC' maintains the spirit of Big Rig Collision without imposing limitations in the minds of prospective customers."

In Las Vegas, BRC will offer the same services as its Calgary facility with full collision, refinishing, fire restoration and refurbishment all under one roof - all backed by the quick, professional, guaranteed service Big Rig is well-known for, according to the company.





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