Ford of Murfreesboro welcomes back an old friend

Ford of Murfreesboro welcomes back an old friend  | Ford of Murfreesboro, Ford, Murfreesboro news

Photo: Collision Center Manager David Warrick

Ford of Murfreesboro was pleased to welcome back Collision Center Manager David Warrick after a five year absence from the dealership.

David Warrick, a Smyrna native, began in the car industry in 1989 as a painter’s helper for Neil Sandler Buick. While in college at Tennessee Tech University Mr. Warrick sold Jeep and Chrysler vehicles until graduating in 1995. A year later he came to the Ford store as a sales consultant before making a move into the Collision Center as an estimator. David was promoted into the management position of the Collision Center in 1998 and helped to improve it from a six man shop to a fourteen man shop over the following twelve years of his tenure as manager. During his first nine years as manager, David helped establish twenty-one Direct Repair relationships between automotive insurance companies and the Collision Center in effect producing approximately 380 thousand dollars a month in revenue for the company.

Mr. Warrick left the Ford store in 1998 but is pleased to return to Ford of Murfreesboro with seventeen years of automotive and Collision Center experience to his credit. Mr. Warrick continues to live in Smyrna along with his wife of eighteen years and two children. The management and staff at Ford of Murfreesboro are proud to welcome him back to his dealership family after his time away.

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