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Christian Brothers Automotive is opening a new location in Woodstock in June.

Christian Brothers Automotive is coming to Woodstock June 14 to open its 16th shop in Georgia.

The new location will be at 111 Claremore Dr., off Highway 92 in Woodstock.

The car service, owned by George Juarez, focuses on the health and repair of its customers’ vehicles. Christian Brothers Automotive offers a variety of services, from upkeep and maintenance to preventative services addressing issues that would otherwise require more expensive repair and replacement down the road.

“There is a clear understanding on our part that most guests fear being taken advantage of by aftermarket automotive professionals, and we strive to show our difference by creating a trusting relationship with our guests, one in which we can develop long-term trust,” Juarez said. “We aren’t looking to up-sell additional services when guests don’t absolutely need more work done to their cars. Instead, we talk through a guest’s options and give them the keys to making the final decision.”

Donnie Carr, President of Christian Brothers Automotive, said at the foundation of the shop’s services is the understanding of how to build confidence with their consumers and earn their trust.

“We’re focused on providing a better experience for more guests in Woodstock,” he said. “I’m confident that George’s passion for providing quality service makes him the perfect fit for the Woodstock area.”

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