Dent Shoppe Celebrates 4th Anniversary with Drive for Charity
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Dent Shoppe Celebrates 4th Anniversary with Drive for Charity

September 21, 2007 For Immediate Release: Contact: Sandra Coleman Dent Shoppe, (916) 296-3368 Dent Shoppe Celebrates 4th Anniversary with Drive for Charity. Dent Shoppe of Folsom is holding a fundraising event to support the Susan G. Komen for the Cure breast cancer foundation.  From September 24th – September 28th, the Dent Shoppe will be donating $10 of every repair to the Susan G. Komen for the Cure charity. Steve and Sandra Coleman are the owners of the Dent Shoppe and are Folsom Chamber members.  The Dent Shoppe offers a service called paintless dent removal.  The specific technique allows them to remove small dents and dings without the use of bondo or paint.  “Most dent removal jobs cost between $75 and $150.  Locals always tell us that they drive by our shop at Greenback and Madison all the time.  This is a great week to come by and try us out”, says Steve. The Coleman’s will top off their anniversary week with an Open House on Saturday, September 29th from 11:00am to 2:00pm.  They are located at 9521 Greenback Lane at Madison.  The public and chamber members are welcome to attend.  For more information about the charity drive or to make an appointment for dent removal call (916) 296-3369 or visit their website at www.dentshoppe.com The Dent Shoppe is Sacramento’s premier paintless dent removal company.  Their state of the art technique rids your vehicles of those dings received from shopping carts and car doors once thought to be permanent.  The process has been around for over ten years.  Paintless dent removal is still a mystery to many consumers but car dealerships have been using this service for quite a while.  It is an inexpensive way to keep your automobiles looking like new.  The Dent Shoppe works with your busy schedule by completing most jobs in about an hour. Steve and his son, Gabe have many years in this industry.  “Paintless dent removal is a skill that requires years of practice and patience.  It is not an easy trade to learn and mistakes can be costly!” says Steve.  Steve, Sandra and Gabe would like to thank the community for their continued support and...

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