Precision Body & Paint is making a big difference in their local Oregon community by helping those who are less fortunate. All of the technicians and employees at the factory-certified collision repair service volunteered their time to repair two totaled vehicles donated by State Farm for two needy families.
These families are selected by two local charities, the YMCA and Volunteers of America for the Recycled Rides program. Recycled Rides, a nationwide community service project run by the National Auto Body Council (NABC), gives members the opportunity to give back to their local communities through repairing and donating recycled vehicles to those in need.
Precision Body & Paint took it a step further by collecting cash donations and purchasing complete assortments of new household items and furniture to fill the vehicles that were given to the selected families at their Beaverton location in December, 2010.
WURTH was proud to support the program through the donation of cutting wheels, grinding discs, seam sealers and an assortment of retainer clips, hardware and other body shop supplies.
About Precision Body & Paint
Voted the #1 Collision Business in 2009 and the #1 Finest Collision Repair Shop by Fender Bender in 2008, Precision Body & Paint has been providing high-quality collision repair services at their Oregon location in Beaverton for 36 years and have expanded to a second location in Bend in 2010.
They are the only Audi Certified repair shop in the state of Oregon, and their technicians undergo extensive training to ensure that all repairs meet Audi’s standards. Other certifications include all Volkswagen, Volvo, and Toyota vehicles, and their technicians continue to complete rigorous training and inspections with these manufactures to ensure that all repairs are done in accordance with safety standards.
Their mission is to provide consistent quality, fair-pricing and unsurpassed customer service, and they have a fleet of 25 free loaner cars for their customers. In an effort to give back to their local community, they partner with various local charities in addition to Recycled Rides, and participate in events for the Doernbecher Children’s Hospital Foundation, the Hillsboro School district schools, the City of Beaverton Chamber of Commerce, and the City of Hillsboro Chamber of Commerce. They’re also a proud sponsor of Glencoe High School Athletics and are I-Car Gold certified.
The Precision Body & Paint facilities also do their part to be environmentally friendly and only utilize water born paint, in addition to recycling used antifreeze, Freon, motor oil, paint thinners and other waste materials.
Which WURTH products are their favorites? “Number One would be the NON-SAG Seam Sealer”, stated Customer Service Manager Julie Nimmo, “But we use a lot of WURTH products – Fix All, hardware, bulbs, Self-Etch Primer, Cavity Wax, Rubber Care and Rost Off would just name a few.”