Best Aftermarket Customization: Matt’s Automotive Center

Location: Fargo, Moorhead

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Matt’s Automotive Center earned Best Aftermarket Customization in the 2022 Best of the Red River Valley competition.
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How does it feel to win?

“It feels extremely humbling,” Owner Matt Lachowitzer said. “We love that our community supports us in the first place and for them to vote for us being the best, we are extremely grateful.

What do customers enjoy the most about what you do? 

“Our customers love that we take the time to educate them about our products and services. We focus on making sure every guest understands exactly what they are receiving and how to use it,” he said. “We get a ton of compliments on our lobbies. We make them look completely different than any automotive repair facility to give them more of a doctor’s office feel.”

  • Second place: Window Tint Pros & Automotive Accessories
  • Third place: Bruns Automotive
  • Fourth place: OK Tire Store - Retail
  • Fifth place: The Audio Garage

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