Christian Brothers Automotive opens in Mesa Gateway area

Posted 8/11/20

Christian Brothers Automotive is bringing its auto care services to drivers in Mesa Gateway.

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Christian Brothers Automotive opens in Mesa Gateway area


Christian Brothers Automotive is bringing its auto care services to drivers in Mesa Gateway.

The new shop at 5627 S. Power Road is open Monday through Friday. With service bay doors, the shop offers a variety of professional auto care services, from preventative maintenance to major engine repair, according to a press release.

“I’ve been impressed as a guest at Christian Brothers Automotive and knew that I needed to bring this type of transparent and trustworthy service to Mesa Gateway,” said Greg Dickson, owner of the new Christian Brothers Automotive shop in Mesa, in a prepared statement.

“As a business, we stand apart with a people-first approach to car care – and plan to share a whole new kind of auto care experience with/in Mesa Gateway.”

Mr. Dickson’s experience in the automotive industry started young, when he began helping out at his dad’s shop at age 10. He continued his career in the industry and became part of the startup team for the U.S. division of Lexus. He traveled extensively in his career and says he is excited to plant roots in Mesa with the new Christian Brothers Automotive location.

“Christian Brothers Automotive has assisted countless individuals and families with their auto service needs, and Greg will offer drivers in Mesa the chance to get back on the road as conveniently as possible,” said Donnie Carr, president of Christian Brothers Automotive, in a prepared statement.

“Our goal is to provide guests with reliable transportation, and we have faith in each location to meet their guests with honest and dependable service.”

Joining more than 220 Christian Brothers Automotive locations across the nation, the Mesa shop follows the guiding principle: “Love your neighbor as yourself,” a release states.

Founded in Mission Bend, Texas, in 1982, Christian Brothers Automotive was built on the idea that having your car serviced should be easy. The company offers free shuttle service, educational estimates and complimentary courtesy inspections for guests.

From simple upkeep such as an oil change to more involved repairs and engine diagnostics, Christian Brothers Automotive claims to address automotive issues as soon as they’re found, that could otherwise require expensive repair or replacement down the line.

 Christian Brothers Automotive aims to change the way guests think about their auto care experience.