Rock Autobody

Rock Autobody celebrates two years with open house and Show 'n Shine.

Rock Autobody, situated in the rapidly growing industrial area on the north end of Leduc behind McDonalds, celebrated its second year with an open house featuring a Show ‘n Shine event, free BBQ, mural painting of a trailer and the ONE93.1FM on location.

Business partners Dean Caron, Ryan Forbes and Blair Forbes have been amazed watching the many empty fields around them get swallowed up by new industrial buildings and businesses over the last few years. The area has exploded in size, offering many new services to residents and the oil fields.

Rock Autobody’s spacious 9,000 square foot facility offers full collision, restoration, fiberglass and paint work. Technician Brian Giroux showcased a few of the projects he has been working on, from full restorations to replacing the rusted through floor of a Princess Edition Volkswagen. Dean Caron invites residents to come out and check them out at their 71st Avenue location.

 

 

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