Hartselle — ACE Auto Body has reached 31 years in business. The business, at 1998 U.S. 31 NW in Hartselle, is owned by Myron Thompson. Myron started his business in 1981 and attributes much of his success to hard work, determination and the fact that he and his wife, Freda, are team players. The couple has been active in their community and donates countless hours to civic projects and making the Hartselle area a better place to live, work and play.
The most recent donations for ACE Auto Body includes: being ticket sponsors for the current quilt sponsorship project which includes a handmade quilt donated by Mary Ann Howse for The John Mark Stallings Special Needs Accessible Playground of Morgan County (SNAP) which will be given away Thursday, Dec. 13, 2012; and ticket sponsors for the Kiwanis Pancake Day, which will be held Saturday, Nov. 3, 2012.
The Thompsons have been members of Hartselle Kiwanis Club since 1991, Hartselle Area Chamber of Commerce (HACC) members since 1985, the Hartselle Beautification Association (HBA) and have been active in the Hartselle Citizens Police Academy Alumni Association (HCPAAA) for approximately five years and donate much of their time to projects involving these three civic organizations. Myron is the Chair Person for HCPAAA this year and the Thompsons work with Alumni on various projects and events in the community. They both have worked with Kiwanis on annual events including the Kiwanis Christmas Parade and have devoted time and money to the SNAP Project. Freda is currently serving on the HACC Board of Directors for the second time and actively works with the Internal Affairs Committee, the Ambassador Program, supports many of the HACC special events including the annual Depot Days Festival and is a past President of HBA.
One of the recent awards presented to Myron was the E. R. Roberts Business and Civic Award earlier this year, which is only presented to business professionals in the area that exhibit a reputation of honest and fair treatment to their customers and maintain a strong civic pride and support. Essential traits exhibited by this recipient include: honesty, hard work, strong civic support, fair treatment and active in the community, etc. presented by the HACC.
ACE Auto Body gives free estimates in their state-of-the-art facility. Myron and staff are very likeable as well as professional, qualified, trained and certified. Staff attends regular continuing education for I-Car Gold Class training achievement, Myron and Freda have served on the Board of Directors of the Automotive Management Institute, and they are a past member of Alabama Collision Repair Industry Association (ACRIA) as well as Automotive Service Association (ASA).
For more information about ACE Auto Body visit their website at www.aceautocollision.com or contact Myron Thompson at 256-773-2132 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Myron or Freda may also be contacted to purchase SNAP Quilt Tickets or Kiwanis Pancake Day Tickets.
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