Hours Of Operation:
M-F 7:30am - 5:00pm
Our Location:
10106 South 15th Street (Corner of 15th & Cornhusker) Bellevue, Nebraska 68123
 

Offutt Collision Repair News

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After more than 50 years in business, Offutt Collision Repair is under new ownership as long time employee Chad Kunkel has entered his role as Owner of Offutt Collision Repair
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This is how we do business.

At OCR we use all of the latest technology and innovative tools so the repair process is as easy and painless as it should be. From emailing you the latest update on your vehicle repair status to our go jacks, we've got you and your vehicle covered. Offutt Collision Repair expect excellence.

Barn Raising Event

During the 19th Century, communities would come together for what was known as barn raising. Families would need to rebuild or build from scratch barns that held not only livestock, but grains and other food sources. These barn raising consisted of families and friends from the community who would spend a day or two together constructing the barn knowing one day the community would return the favor. The women and young girls would bring baked goods and water to serve the men throughout the day. The older boys would gather tools while the younger children would watch.

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Celebrating our Independence

American families have this upcoming weekend planned out! Years ago, John Adams predicted this powerful holiday for our country. He wrote to his wife days before our Declaration Of Independence was signed and said, “It ought to be solemnized with pomp and parade, with shows, games, sports, guns, bells, bonfires, and illuminations, from one end of this continent to the other, from this time forward forever more.”

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Texting Teens-Begins with us!

Texting Teens-Begins with us!

It is difficult to warn your children about the dangers of texting and driving, especially when they have seen you do it yourself! “But, I only attempt to text at stop lights you may be thinking!” But did you know it takes approximately 27 seconds to refocus on driving after you have put your phone down?

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