Read about the successes end-users are having with Martin Senour

Fairbanks Collision and Glass Services
Scott Tompkins believes in his associates. By treating them right, and seeing that they have the training and experience they need, he sets them up to think on their own and do their work independently. In turn they do their jobs right. This formula, and a commitment summed up in its motto, “When Quality Matters,” has helped Fairbanks Collision and Glass Services, Fairbanks, Alaska, and its 16 employees perform repairs on 1,300 vehicles each year.

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Nick Orso's Body Shop
Since its founding in Syracuse as a three-bay car-repair business in 1954, Nick Orso’s Body Shop has grown into one of the largest independent family-owned collision centers in Central New York. With 22 employees responsible for servicing as many as 150 automobiles per month, the business does $3 million in business annually. Its rise in stature is directly related to the values and work ethic championed by Nick Orso, and carried on through his son Mike Orso, president of Nick Orso’s Body Shop.

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Chris Carlson Hot Rods
When the Martin Senour Company unveiled a phenomenal 1940’s Ford custom pick-up truck featuring Martin Senour’s Tec/BASE® Premium Solvent Refinish System at the 2013 SEMA show, it practically stopped the entire show.

The one-off paint color, coined “Bankrupt Blues,” was custom created by Chris Carlson of Chaotic Customs for the restoration and SEMA unveil. The vibrant blue paint consists of crushed glass and galaxy crystals, giving the truck a sleek, metallic finish.

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Pima Air & Space Museum
More than 160,000 visitors per year file through the gates at Pima Air & Space Museum, the largest privately funded, nongovernmental aerospace museum in the world. With nearly 300 aircraft on display across its 80 acres in Tucson, Ariz., the facility sits in the middle of an aircraft-lover’s paradise. Just across the road, the ‘Boneyard,’ or 309th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, houses more than 4,400 surplus aircraft from all branches of the U.S. military and the federal government.

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Fradella's Collision Center
Fradella’s Collision Centers operates three collision repair facilities in and around New Orleans, with body shops located in Metairie, Chalmette and Slidell, Louisiana. Fradella’s delivers peace of mind to the drivers around the New Orleans metropolitan area with $6 million in annual sales, derived from about 55 vehicle repairs each week.

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Jay Walton Automotive
Jay Walton Automotive has set the standard in collision repair in Albuquerque, New Mexico for more than 30 years. As one of the nation’s exclusive NAPA Collision Care Centers, it’s an automotive repair center that has built its business on quality and integrity. This is evidenced by the fact that Jay Walton Automotive was the first auto repair shop in New Mexico to become an AAA approved shop way back in 1991.

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NAPA Denver Genuine Parts
Genuine Paints is not the traditional NAPA retail operation. The Denver, Colorado, store has separate paint offerings and even employs paint-dedicated personnel, differing from most NAPA locations that provide mixed inventories.

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SkillsUSA 2016 Gold Medalist
The winners of the annual SkillsUSA Championships in Automotive Refinish and Collision Repair categories were recently announced. Aims Community College-Windsor (Greeley, Colorado) student Benjamin Falconer, won the Automotive Refinishing Technology High School division national Gold Medal using exclusively Martin Senour automotive paints.

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Strategic Air & Space Museum
The Strategic Air & Space Museum in Ashland, Nebraska utilizes over 300,000 square feet of exhibit, education, and event space to educate, inspire, and entertain its guests. One of the museum's recent projects is the restoration of a former World War II military transport aircraft - a C-54 Skymaster - with Martin Senour PRISM®.

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VIP Collision Center
Dennis Chan, a proud Air Force veteran, is living the American dream. When first opening his business, VIP Collision Center in Sacramento, California in 2011 he started with $5,000 and a tool box. Now, Chan has five employees, expanded the business twice and has made enough income to purchase a 5,000 square foot building in September 2015.

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