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Phone: (402)291-5599 | Fax: (402)291-9351
Hours: M-F 7:30am - 5:00pm
10106 South 15th Street (Corner of 15th & Cornhusker) Bellevue, Nebraska 68123

 

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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.

Fall is upon us!

The leaves are changing to brilliant reds, oranges and yellows. Fall is upon us! As we rake the leaves from our yards, begin flushing out our sprinkler systems, unhooking the water hoses, and cleaning our gutters to prepare for winter we many times we forget about winterizing our cars! Offutt Collision Repair has a few tips to help keep you safe and sound through the winter!

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Offutt Collision Repair’s Chili Competition

Offutt Collision Repair’s Chili competition amongst employees was a friendly, heated battle for a great cause! For the past 7 years, Offutt Collision Repair has proudly participated in the annual Holiday Heroes Chili competition to help raise money for the fire and police departments. We invited our customers and the community to try 15 different chili’s, and help vote who will represent Offutt Collision Repair at this year’s Chili Cook-off. This year’s employee winner, Karissa Williams, made a white chicken chili and it will be representing our collision shop at the annual Holiday Heroes Chili cook-off in Bellevue. A close second was Tiffany Brown, and 3rd place was Josh Weirauch.

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Don’t Rely on Deer Crossing’s To Keep You Safe!

Deer tend to eat in the shadows of darkness. They prefer to be near wooded areas and close to fields, so they can run for cover quickly. It is no surprise deer hits are more common in the months of October and November, as the deer are preparing for the cold months of winter. October is a great time to remind our customers what to watch for and hopefully avoid collisions with deer.

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