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New Franklin Collision Center set to break ground in Bulloch County

Statesboro will soon be home to a new state-of-the-art automotive collision repair facility behind Franklin Chevrolet. Scheduled to open in early 2025, site prep for the Franklin Collision Center has begun off Veterans Memorial Parkway.
Site prep has begun for the new Franklin Collision Center off of Veterans Memorial Parkway in Statesboro, GA

The automotive service landscape in Bulloch County is about to experience a significant enhancement with the upcoming groundbreaking ceremony of the Franklin Collision Center. This state-of-the-art facility, set to open in early 2025, will be a boon for the residents of Bulloch and surrounding counties, providing top-tier automotive repair services. The center will be open to the general public and capable of repairing any make and model no matter where you purchased your vehicle.

The groundbreaking event will take place on June 24th at 2pm, behind Franklin Chevrolet, located at 106 Northside Drive East, Statesboro, GA. This new 30,000 square-foot facility promises not only convenience for local customers but also an unparalleled level of service.

Franklin Chevrolet, a trusted name in Bulloch County since 1940, is expanding its commitment to the community with this new venture.

"Our new Collision Center will be able to accommodate the needs of a rapidly growing Bulloch County and continue to service all of our Franklin customers. At Franklin Collision, we are dedicated to making sure your vehicle is repaired the right way: the Franklin way!" said Bill McFarlin, the Collision Center Director.

The facility's design is geared towards efficiency and quality, featuring a climate-controlled work area and diamond-polished floors. It will operate with a streamlined collision repair process, capable of handling 4-6 vehicles daily. The team of technicians, certified in Toyota and I-Car Gold standards, ensures that expertise is at the forefront of every repair, from minor dents to heavy collision damage.

Franklin Collision Center also emphasizes environmental responsibility by using PPG Waterborne Paint, which is less harmful to the environment while providing precise color matching for vehicles. The center will offer a wide range of services, including in-house windshield replacements and ADAS calibrations, making it a one-stop shop for comprehensive automotive repairs.

Bill McFarlin, who brings 34 years of automotive experience and 20 years in collision repairs, will head the new center, guiding it with his extensive expertise and commitment to quality.

Join the Franklin Automotive family on June 24th to witness the beginning of this exciting new chapter for automotive services in Bulloch County. For more information, contact Bill McFarlin at (912) 623-2649 or via email at [email protected].

With the opening of Franklin Collision Center, Bulloch County is set to receive a substantial upgrade in automotive repair services, ensuring that vehicles are repaired the right way—the Franklin way.