Jack Winslow Body Shop

Cole, Lynn
March 2008
South Texas Automotive Report;Mar2008, Vol. 10 Issue 6, p12
Trade Publication
An interview with Jack Winslow Body Shop owner Jack Winslow Jr. is presented. When asked about his start in the company, Winslow replies that he joined his father at the age of 16 making fifty cents an hour. Winslow notes that most insurance companies are terrible for the business. He also cites his preference for word of mouth search for recruiting qualified technicians. Winslow predicts that his body shop will grow at a slow rate due to saturated labor. He gives his family credit for the success of the body shop.


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