Best Auto Glass Repair: Matt’s Automotive Center

Location: Fargo, Moorhead

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Matt's Automotive Service Center earned Best Auto Glass Repair in the 2022 Best of the Red River Valley competition.
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What makes your team the best? 

“We have a set of core values that guides our company. These values are something that a lot of today’s and yesterday’s employees look for in a company. We live, breathe, eat, and sweat these values, not just putting them on paper which our staff sees when they come to work everyday,” Owner Matt Lachowitzer said.

How do you want your customers to feel when they come to you? 

“We have a banner in all of our lobby’s which states, ‘May all who enter as guests, leave as friends.’ This is something we truly feel is important in our business because we aren’t here to just fix cars, but build relationships,” he said. “We have held car care seminars in the past that are not focused on building a larger customer base, but purely built to inform the public of the right questions to ask when spending money on their vehicles.”

  • Second place: Safelite AutoGlass
  • Third place: Glass Doctor Auto
  • Fourth place: Ron’s Auto Glass & More
  • Fifth place: Progressive Auto Refinishers Inc.

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