Jory Christensen and Destiny Hampton are the owners and operators of Classic Truck Collision, headquartered in Ammon, ID. This is a highly regarded truck repair company in Bonneville County.
These owners were trained in the truck repair business through many years of hands-on training in the family business. When it comes to providing expert truck repair services, nothing takes the place of experience. They began working in this industry 20 years ago and took over Classic Truck Collision in 2017. This family-run business was first opened by their grandparents in 1968, so it has become a staple in the community.
One of Classic Truck Collision’s goals is to provide their Bonneville County clients with professional and affordable services. They offer Sandblasting, Frame Repair, Full Painting in their 76 foot booth, Crash Repair for Semi’s, Motor Homes, Trailers, Campers, Utility Beds, Buses, Tractors and More. Please visit their website for more information (http://classictruckcollisioncenter.weebly.com/). Jory, and Destiny take pride in providing a quality service and giving great customer care.
The result, one of the most successful truck repair companies in Ammon!
In addition to running a successful truck repair business, Jory, and Destiny supports the Civil Air Patrol, the Idaho State Police, the Special Olympics and the National Cancer Coalition. In their free time, these owners love photography, crafting, camping, fishing and hunting.
What does the business community think? The Better Business Bureau has awarded Classic Truck Collision an A+ rating.
Michael Vecchio, Vecchio Handcraft- “Special THANKS to Jeff and company for outstanding service and Quality work. These guys go above and beyond.”
Having owner operated experts, like Jory, Dennis and Destiny providing knowledgeable and expert care is an asset to Ammon and Bonneville County, ID.
Business owners take risks and often work long, exhaustive hours to service their clients. There are freedoms in owning a business, but these freedoms come at a cost. Rarely acknowledged are business owners that employ people and ensure their staff are paid continuously. Sure, people earn their wages through their time, hard work and skills, but let’s take a moment and thank Jory and Destiny for having and continuing the business ownership game that allows people an opportunity to produce and earn those wages.
Need truck repair service? Give Classic Truck Collision an opportunity by visiting them at 2727 14th N, Ammon or by calling them at (208) 552-7427.
So from the staff of Local Search Force that runs the County Advisory Board
Jory Christensen and Destiny Hampton, you are highly commended for your service to the residents of Bonneville County, for having and maintaining a business that adds to the financial well-being of ID and for your willingness to participate in social betterment activities.
Well done Jory, & Destiny!
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