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BASF Customer Sets New Record As Three-Time Award Winner

The Triple Crown winner is an R-M customer with five collision centers servicing Springfield, MA, and Warwick, RI.

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Balise Collision Repair has been named Toyota Certified Collision Centers (TCCC) Shop of the Year for the third year in a row.

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The Triple Crown winner is an R-M customer with five collision centers servicing Springfield, Massachusetts and Warwick, Rhode Island, and has received the award for three consecutive years – an uncommon and difficult goal to reach for any shop. Balise was recognized for its achievements and continuing to meet rigorous criteria year after year.

“I always talk about how important this award is because it’s a team award,” said Brian Stone, VP of collision for Balise Motor Sales. “We couldn’t reach this achievement without every single member of our team buying into our mission to do the right thing and put the customer first.”

Balise Collision has been a Toyota Certified Collision Repair Center since 2010 and holds certifications from 19 other manufacturers. Each member of the team is dedicated to ensuring that customer vehicles are repaired properly and safely according to OEM repair procedures and that their staff is trained to repair today’s complex vehicles.  Balise is also an I-CAR Gold Class collision repair facility.

Every year, Toyota awards a small, medium and large shop that meet all requirements of the TCCC program and complete all repairs according to Toyota’s repair procedures. Requirements include demonstration of exemplary achievement of master level training in all departments, strong financials, consistent improvement of key performance indicators and exceptional customer satisfaction scores.

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