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Christian Brothers Automotive Wins 2021 Auto Care ACE Award

The automotive service provider was recognized in the Mid-Size Company Category.


Christian Brothers Automotive was recently named a winner of the Auto Care Career and Education (ACE) Award in the category of mid-sized businesses by the Auto Care Association. Touting a 360-degree approach to training and professional development, Christian Brothers Automotive continues to demonstrate its commitment to providing its employees with professional and personal growth opportunities through this esteemed honor. 


The ACE Award recognizes auto care companies’ dedicated to excellence in education, including investing in the advancement of knowledge and skills within their organization and throughout the industry. 

“At Christian Brothers Automotive, we value education as a top priority for our employees in order to provide the best service to our guests,” said Donnie Carr, president and CEO of Christian Brothers Automotive. “To receive the ACE award means the world to our company, and we are honored to be recognized as a brand that goes above and beyond to ensure that both our employees are set up for success every day, and that our guests are in the hands of highly-educated experts in their field.”


The Christian Brothers Automotive home office in Houston provides extensive training and resources for both franchisees and employees, including training programs for owners prior to opening a shop, as well as robust ongoing guidance. The company holds two annual conventions focused on learning and fellowship, as well as a technician-focused conference for shop team members to stay educated on evolving industry technology and diagnostics, that features keynote sessions from leaders across the field.

Over the past two years, the Christian Brothers Automotive home office has pivoted its training programs to a virtual capacity, keeping educational opportunities meaningful and accessible for new and existing employees across the system. 



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