Kendrick Paint & Body

Randles, Roger Lee
May 2012
Dixie Automotive Report;May2012, p10
Trade Publication
The article presents information regarding the business of autobody shops owned by Kendrick Paint & Body. A total of 60 people work at the main location spread across 80,000 squre foot. Co-owner Steve Kendrick Jr. and operations manager David Clark further explain about the history of the business and its rapport with customers.


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