After 22 years in Atlantic Highlands N.J., Risco Inc. has purchased a state-of-the-art service facility in Farmingdale, located on Interstate 195.
According to a press release, the repair company moved into the new location June 1 after Hurricane Sandy devastated the previous facility.
“Our customers love not only the facility, which boast six bays and plentiful parking, but also are thrilled with the easy accessibility from not only 195, but the New Jersey Turnpike and the Garden State Parkway,” said Sandra Craig Barry. “Master certified technicians are on call, as well as 24/7 emergency road service.”
Risco Inc. specializes in the coach arena, offering collision, warranty, customization and service. Plans are under way for a store on site, as well as pre-owned coaches for sale.
The grand opening/ribbon cutting is scheduled for Sept. 28 at noon. Governor Chris Christie has been invited, as Risco is a minority owned small business who is “stronger than the storm,” said Barry.
For more information, visit www.riscorv.com.