Alpine Collision & Auto Repair celebrates its anniversary

Alpine Collision & Automotive Repair celebrated its one-year anniversary of reopening in the southwest Washington community on April 4.

Alpine was founded in 1978 by well-known community leader Rod Cook, who grew the business to become Vancouver’s first choice for collision repair until Rod’s retirement and the acquisition of Alpine in 2014 by a larger body chain. With Alpine’s departure, former general manager Jim McCoy brought his expertise and experience to the Portland community and purchased Lents Body Shop with his wife Dawn and their two children Dylan and Emily. In 2021, the McCoy family had the opportunity to open a second boutique in Vancouver, with a mission to bring the Alpine name and values ​​back to the community.

Alpine Collision & Auto Repair is located at 7818 NE 30and Avenue, in Vancouver. The store is recognized as an ICAR Gold Class Repair Center and a member of the Hazel Dell Business Association. Alpine is a full-service collision and mechanical repair center and its 13-person team specializes in automotive repairs, including oil changes, tire and brake repair, suspension, heating and cooling as well as top notch collision repair.

Courtesy of Alpine Collision & Auto Repair

To celebrate this milestone and as a thank you to returning customers as well as new ones they have met over the past year, all auto repair services are 10% off (up to $50) during the month. From April.

Joanna Yorke is editor of the Vancouver Business Journal. She has worked in journalism since 2010 after graduating from the Edward R. Murrow College of Communication at Washington State University in Pullman. Yorke worked at The Reflector newspaper in Battle Ground for six years, then worked and helped start ClarkCountyToday.com.