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Baker's Collision Specialists Celebrates 60th Anniversary

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  Original Published: 10/6/2013 Baker's Collision Specialists Incorporated held a weekend open house to celebrate 60 years in business. Baker's has been in operation by family members since it was founded by Mervin and Esther Baker in the fall of 1953. Facilty tours were given and displays of some of Baker's community projects were on display. Complimentary hot dogs, bratwurst, potato chips and soft drinks were served to those attending. The day was to honor all of Baker's generations of customers who have made it possible for them to continue to be of service to them. For NASCAR fans, Baker's partnered with the Sherwin-Williams Automotive Finishes Division to have the No. 16 Greg Biffle stock car on display. Baker's began in a two-car garage on Snyder Street in Mansfield and has now expanded to its current forty stall facility that has been located on Fifth Avenue since 1956.
   
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