Frank’s Collision turns 15

Baytown Sun photo by Preslie Cox

Owner of Frank’s Collision Repair, Frank McClosky, opens a barbecue pit of bacon-wrapped jalapenos Thursday during a lunch to celebrate 15 years serving the Baytown community. McClosky funded his college degree by painting cars in local collision shops. In 2003, he bought one of the shops he used to work at, Baytown Motors, and changed the name to Frank’s Collision Repair (3003 N Main St.). In 2010, he opened a second location in Dayton. Now there are five Frank’s Collision Repairs in the greater Houston area.

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