ABOUT FLAGSHIP COLLISION
At Flagship Collision, we’re different. And there’s a reason. We set out to transform the industry in Pittsburgh when we took over the former (Bruce T.) Conley’s Auto Body in 2013 because we saw an opportunity. We were tired of shops who did good work but were dirty, dingy, outdated facilities that treated their customers like hostages and offered poor communication on the status of your vehicle. Our goal hasn’t changed since we started – provide first class collision repair in a state of the art environment where we use the latest technology to repair your car while keeping you informed. And of course, to provide our services at prices competitive to other shops.
Giving back to the community is something that Flagship Collision is passionate about. It’s our belief that being a trustworthy, honest business isn’t enough. It’s our belief that you have to go above and beyond to make sure that the community that lets us be successful is prosperous as well. That’s why, as a company and as individuals, we make sure to take time to give back to our local and regional organizations that make where we work a better place to live.
Our Recycled Rides Giveaway: In 2015 and 2016, Flagship Collision donated a vehicle, parts and service time to the "Recycled Rides for Schools" program through the National Auto Body Council (NABC). Partnering with Forbes Road Career & Technology Center, so far two deserving families have been the recipients of this program, receiving a fully reconditioned car. Through this program, a new generation of collision repair professionals learn their craft as well as the importance and impact of giving back to their communities.
The Blessing Board: Flagship is proud to provide financial support to The Blessing Board in Oakmont. The Blessing Board is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization existing to provide donated household furnishings to those in need at no cost in response to emergency and hardship situations.
Hurricane Harvey Recovery: After the devastating aftermath of Hurricane Harvey in September of 2017, our owner Michael Sullivan embarked on a journey to South Texas to aide in the cleanup and recovery of over 1 million total loss vehicles. Committing a truck and labor to the towing efforts, he was contracted by Insurance Auto Auctions (IAA) and is donating a portion of the profits to Catholic Charities USA (CCUSA). 100% of funds raised are going to those affected in Texas.
Forbes Road Career and Technology Center: Flagship believes in fostering a new generation of skilled tradesman in the collision repair industry. To date, Flagship Collision has hired five graduates of the school - many starting out as student apprentices. As a member of the board of directors for Forbes Road Career & Technology Center, Michael Sullivan is involved with apprentice programs for students and is a frequent speaker for both faculty and students.
Our Employees: Our employees know that we support them as well in their non-profit efforts. Our employees currently volunteer at churches, animal shelters, and after school programs in both our local and regional communities.