Ziebart Opens New Location In Sterling Heights, Mich.

Ziebart Opens New Location In Sterling Heights, Mich.

After awarding a franchise license to Anthony Mattia, the new Michigan store recently celebrated its grand opening.

STERLING HEIGHTS, Mich. – Ziebart International announced the opening of its newest location in Sterling Heights, Mich.

After awarding a franchise license to Anthony Mattia, the new Michigan store recently celebrated its grand opening.

With a background in automotive, Mattia wanted to explore owning his own business and believed a franchise offered him that opportunity with less risk. He searched for automotive franchises in his local area, seeking a business that provided a strong brand name, backed by quality products and nationwide warranties, and Ziebart was it, the company said.

“We are very excited to bring on the passion, spirit and excitement of Mattia and his team, and we are confident this Sterling Heights, Mich., store will have great success,” said Thomas Wolfe, president and CEO of Troy, Mich.-based Ziebart International.

Ziebart International operates approximately 400 licensed locations with 950 service centers in 33 countries.

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