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Best Auto Body: Matt's Automotive & Collision Center

Location: Fargo, Moorhead

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Matt's Automotive & Collision Center earned Best Auto Body in the 2022 Best of the Red River Valley competition.
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What makes what you do special to customers? 

“We get the pleasure of taking a horrible situation and turning it into something easy and carefree,” Owner Matt Lachowitzer said. “There are a lot of misconceptions when working with insurance companies and body repair. We love taking time to educate them on what their choices and options are. It can be very overwhelming, especially if this is their first accident.”

What do you love most about this community?

“We love that we have been given an opportunity to thrive and grow in this community. The only way this has been possible is by providing exceptional service and for our guests continuing to come back to us,” Lachowtizer said. “One of the big charities we support in this community is the Ronald McDonald House. On average we repair about six people’s vehicles staying there at no charge to them.”

  • Second place: Quality Auto Body
  • Third place: Northwest Auto Body Inc
  • Fourth place: Muscatell Subaru
  • Fifth place: Progressive Auto Refinishers Inc

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