Caliber Collision Centers Helps Calif. Wildfire Victims Over the Holidays

December 29, 2003

Caliber Collision Centers, an Irvine, Calif.-based operator of high-quality collision repair facilities in California and Texas, recently donated $1,000 worth of new toys to I-CAR’s holiday toy drive – bringing toys and holiday cheer to victims of the recent Southern California wildfires.

I-CAR, an international, not-for-profit training organization for the collision repair industry organized this year’s toy drive, which collected over 1,900 new toys for children whose families were affected by the recent California wildfires that destroyed more than 750,000 acres of land and 3400 homes.

“We are pleased to be able to bring some joy and happiness to those families whose lives have been affected by the devastating firestorms in California,” said Matthew Ohrnstein, CEO and chairman of the Board for Caliber Collision Centers. “The fires took a devastating toll on those in the communities that we serve in Southern California. These communities have been so embracing of our business and our associates that we take pleasure in returning the favor.”

Founded in 1991, Caliber Collision Centers currently owns and operates 68 facilities and has annual revenues exceeding $200 million.

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