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September '20

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24 • RV PRO • September 2020 rv-pro.com RV D E A L E R S F amily-owned Diversified Body & Paint Shop tackles RVs, big rigs and large municipal vehicles in its new 50,000-square-foot facility on 10 acres in Commerce City, Colo., a proverbial stone's throw from Denver. As the coronavirus pandemic has unfolded and RV sales continue to climb, the shop is poised to capitalize and grow its RV collision repair business. "We've noticed an uptick and we expected there to be one because of COVID," says Vice President Danny Wolfe, of the family-run business that includes his father, owner Steve Wolfe; brother, estimator Brandon Wolfe; and his mother, Lori Wolfe, who serves as office manager. "We are excited about the growth potential in that depart- ment," Danny Wolfe says. "We currently have full-timers living in our overnight RV hook-up accommodations while we repair their fifth wheel. We don't want to wish it upon anyone, but we As RV sales continue to trend upward, Diversified Body & Paint's new 50,000-square- foot facility and staff are poised to take on more RV collision repair work. By Rob Merwin Above: Diversified Body & Paint Vice President Danny Wolfe (left), is pictured with his father, owner Steve Wolfe, in front of the Commerce City, Colo.-based repair shop. Danny Wolfe's mother, Lori Wolfe, is the office manager for the family-owned business, while brother Brandon Wolfe works as an estimator. PHOTOS BY ROB MERWIN Up for Any Up for Any REPAIR JOB REPAIR JOB

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