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Matt Lachowitzer

Founder and CEO Matt’s Automotive Service Center
Work 1150 43 1/2 Street S Fargo ND 58103 United StatesWork 1234 1st Avenue N Moorhead MN 56560 United States Work #: 701.478.3838 Work #: 218.477.0696 Member since: January 29, 2016 Website: MattsAutoServiceCenter.com Website: Hammer Promo.com
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Biographical Info

Matt is a husband, father of 3, avid Minnesota Vikings fan, and owner and founder of Matt’s Automotive Service Center. A Herman, MN native, Matt started this company as a two-bay shop back in 2009. He has expanded the company into 6 locations with beautiful, state of the art facilities all over the Fargo-Moorhead area. Matt enjoys being a pillar in the community, giving back in any way he can, and providing knowledge and education in the biggest ways possible. As a result of being a continuous educator and an amazing pillar in the community, Matt won Entrepreneur of the Year in 2015 through the Fargo-Moorhead West Fargo Chamber of Commerce. When Matt’s not working, he enjoys fishing, riding ATV’s, watching football, and traveling with his family.

At Matt’s Automotive Service Center, it is our mission to give our customers a better experience than they’ve ever expected from an automotive facility. We aim to earn and keep their trust from the moment they walk in our door. Through continuous education, advanced training, high ethical standards, and a friendly attitude, we strive to be more than just an experience, but to become the new standard.

When you choose to service your vehicle or get needed repairs performed at Matt’s Automotive Service Center, you’re choosing an industry-leading facility with expert Technicians and Service Advisors. We’re a family owned and operated business and we enjoy building relationships with each and every one of our customers.

We know that having confidence in your repair facility to figure out the problem and fix it properly the first time is a great feeling. We understand that whether you spend $20 or $2,000, one of the worst feelings in the world is to feel deceived by how you and your vehicle were taken care of. We agree that when you have something wrong with your vehicle – a flat tire, transmission issues, lights not turning on – it’s an awful feeling. However, we also know that it takes a lot of that dread away when you can trust your repair facility to tell you what’s going on and to repair it for a reasonable cost. It’s for all these reasons that we value our customers’ faith in us and our abilities, and their continued loyalty.

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