San Diego Business Journal Names Fix Auto USA CEO Paul Gange As A 'CEO Of The Year' Finalist

San Diego Business Journal Names Fix Auto USA CEO Paul Gange As A ‘CEO Of The Year’ Finalist

As a finalist, Gange is recognized among San Diego’s business elite for propelling Fix Auto USA forward and driving the business to new heights within the collision repair industry.

The San Diego Business Journal has named Paul Gange, Fix Auto USA’s president and CEO, as a finalist for the “CEO of the Year” award. As a finalist, Gange is recognized among San Diego’s business elite for propelling Fix Auto USA forward and driving the business to new heights within the collision repair industry. 

“It’s quite an honor to be considered as a finalist for this award, especially given San Diego’s business community is quite large and brimming with other successful CEOs,” said Gange. “I truly believe leading individuals and an enterprise like Fix Auto USA is a privilege and I approach each day with this in mind; and for that I’m forever grateful. This recognition is really a reflection of the devoted and bright associates who share the same passion for the Fix Auto USA organization as I do.”

Gange was selected as a finalist for his professional achievements, contributions toward Fix Auto USA’s growth, innovation, marketing activities and relationships with franchise partners, as well as the marketplace at large. 

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