Driven Brands Acquires Perfection Auto Glass

Driven Brands Holdings, a North American automotive services company, announced the expansion of its U.S. auto glass offering with the acquisition of Indiana-based Perfection Auto Glass.

Perfection Auto Glass’ team is ready for a new chapter.

Perfection Auto Glass was founded almost 20 years ago. A family business, David King has run the operations alongside his wife Holly and their son Chase, as well as having leadership support from his brother Tony King and Tony’s wife Teresa. Today, Perfection Auto Glass has locations in Fishers, Ind., Bloomington, Ind., Terre Haute, Ind., Greenwood, Ind., Anderson, Ind., and Muncie, Ind.

“We’re excited to drive continued growth for our glass segment, enhancing our overall footprint across North America with strong businesses that have deep ties to their communities,” says Jonathan Fitzpatrick, president and CEO, Driven Brands. “The addition of Perfection Auto Glass continues our strategy of aggressively expanding our glass business model through both our company-owned and franchise platforms.”

Perfection Auto Glass will be reported in Driven Brands’ Paint, Collision, and Glass segment, adding six physical, company-owned locations to the vertical. Perfection Auto Glass is the fifth auto glass acquisition for Driven Brands, building on Driven Brands’ existing North American footprint of more than 300 glass locations in both the U.S. and Canada.

“The King family have grown their operations into six strong facilities throughout the greater Indianapolis region,” says Michael Macaluso, executive vice president and paint, collision and glass group president, Driven Brands. “Through a commitment to premier quality and fast service, this family has built a reputation for being the one to call for auto glass repair and replacement needs. We can’t wait to further build on the Kings’ legacy, grow the business, and maintain the highest level of service quality.”

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