How Christian Brothers Automotive Hutto Came to Be!
Services: Brake services, air conditioner services, air filtration, cooling system, alignments and courtesy inspections. Maintenance and repair from simple up keep such as oil changes and changing air filters to more involved repairs and engine diagnostics.
Why did you start your business? “We are very rooted in our family and wanted to have the opportunity to spend more time together through a business venture. We really resonated with how Christian Brothers Automotive provides the nice difference to automotive repair and wanted to be a part of a business that puts community members at ease while driving joy at the same time.”
Why own a business in Rutherford County? “Our family has loved Murfreesboro for a long time. Both our boys, Miles and Tyler, and Lori graduated from MTSU. We love to eat and shop in Murfreesboro.”
What are your biggest challenges? “Getting the doors open. We started this journey in 2019. After meeting everyone at the Christian Brother Automotive corporate office, we committed to the journey. Once we finally got our location and started building the shop, our open date was moved from many times throughout the summer.”
What are your biggest rewards? “Having only been open for a few days now, it’s hard to say. One reward has been being able to problem solve and provide solutions to our guests and their vehicle needs. To be able to see the smiles on our guests faces means we are making an impact and that’s exactly why we wanted to work in the aftermarket industry.”
What will people get from your business that they won’t get anywhere else? “Christian Brothers Automotive brings the nice difference to the automotive repair industry, from courtesy inspections and complimentary shuttle service to routine maintenance, the shop always delivers in a way that puts the guest first and eases all of the stress that is typically associated with getting ones vehicle serviced.”
What advice would you give someone starting a business? “Pray, trust and go for it with love for your community.”