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Spanish Fork chamber announces March Business of the Month

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r Robarge Collision of Spanish Fork has been named the March Business of the Month by the Spanish Fork Salem Area Chamber of Commerce. Robarge Collision – you can’t say the name of this business without smiling. No, not because you’ve been involved in a collision, but because of the owner and operator, Cary Robarge. Robarge is a year-round Santa Claus through the efforts he is involved in, the foundation he is a part of, his chamber activities, and just in general the way he loves life to the fullest. He is dedicated to giving first-class service in his business and takes each and every vehicle that drives or is towed into his repair bays seriously.rIn fact, Robarge Collision has one of the highest customer satisfaction rating in the industry at 98.7 percent. The business also offers 60 years of combined experience and a lifetime written warranty on all work performed.rCary and Robarge Collision teamed with several other businesses in the community to restore a vehicle this Christmas that was given through Nebo School District to a family in need. Cary and Robarge Collision also partner with Western States Insurance in the Hand-in-Hand Foundation that specializes in helping veterans and others who might be in a wheelchair to be able to enjoy fishing excursions locally.rAs Cary is quick to say, Robarge Collision strives to be the best auto body repair service not just in Spanish Fork, but the entire state of Utah. They are located at 570 S. Main in Spanish Fork.

 

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