Restaurant Palooza hosted by Collision Works of Broken Arrow

Collision Works is hosting Restaurant Palooza! Featuring tasty bites and sips from the best restaurants in Broken Arrow, Restaurant Palooza 2017 is an event that you will not want to miss. A great opportunity to entertain clients, celebrate with staff or just enjoy a relaxing afternoon. What to expect Expect live music, lots of food from restaurants around Broken Arrow, …

Making a Colorful Splash in the Wichita Metro Area

Some are aware that Auto Masters auto body repair centers sold in August of 2016, but not everyone knows who purchased it. The familiar blue and white signs had remained the same as did most of the people working there, so it is quite possible this is news to you. As of this past week, those Auto Master signs have …

Important Winter Vehicle Service & Check-Ups

We are a society that relies heavily for our vehicle to get us from point A to point B. And, we count on it running in all seasons. While we technically have one more day until the official start of winter, it is safe to say that Winter is indeed upon us already. With cold arctic air, snow, and winter …

Collision Works to Break Ground in Yukon Area

Collision Works Expansion Mode Collision Works is in an explosive growth and expansion mode at this time. Over the course of the last few months the company has expanded its Edmond and Norman locations with new buildings. Additionally, it has extended the company’s footprint into the Tulsa area marketplace with its Broken Arrow location, and into Kansas through the purchase …

DIY Trick or Trunk Ideas

As has been the case in recent years, it is becoming increasingly more vogue to attend Trick or Trunk events rather than the standard Trick or Treat door-to-door that we were accustomed to as children. This being the case, it should come as no surprise that few people simply park at their local Trick or Trunk event, open their plain trunks, …

Be Cautious: It is Deer Crash Season

Deer Season is Here: Deer can be spotted along the sides of roadways any time of the year, but motorists should be especially vigilant in the fall for such.  Frolicking deer on roadways poses a seasonal traffic hazard. Deer-breeding season runs from October and into December, peaking in mid-November, this time of year marks the period when deer-vehicle collisions are …