Wayne Hartung Brings Life Back to Automotives

Automotive collisions happen and the extent of the damage may be minimal to severe. Just as you would expect, the amount of damage done to a vehicle affects how much needs to be corrected and fixed during repairs. Wayne Hartung is very familiar with repairing vehicles because when he was only 24 years old, he joined an automotive repair company.

Wayne Hartung joined an automotive repair company that had five locations. While the company was small, Wayne Hartung knew he could grow the company. In two years time, Wayne Hartung had grown within the company to the position of Vice President and took the company from five locations to 77. Additionally, the company under Wayne Hartung’s leadership grew to Fortune 500 status.

Wayne Hartung

Wayne Hartung

Wayne Hartung knows automotive repairs will always be needed. While accidents happen in all types of weather, unfavorable weather conditions result in more work for collision shops. Wayne Hartung became President of Marshall Auto Painting and Collision in 1998. As President, Wayne Hartung wanted to give his customers the best service possible. As a result, the company maintains their great rating with the Better Business Bureau.

Repainting a car is a great way to bring back a youthful appearance. Wayne Hartung knew that his business would grow if he offered to paint more than just cars and trucks, so his company also repaints semis and RVs. While some of his customers come in hoping to change the color of their vehicles, most come in to fix or cover up water damage or paint chips.

Wayne Hartung operates his business to meet the needs of his customers. When it comes to his paint services, he designed the services to meet his customers’ needs and budget. His business practice and leadership makes him a powerful business leader and successful entrepreneur.


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