Despite the economic paralysis and shelter-in-place regulations implemented across Canada due to the COVID-19 pandemic, CSN has been able to expand when most businesses are streamlining services and safeguarding cash reserves. The proof is in their business development as they have shuffled the deck to find a winning hand in Alberta. The newest addition to the CSN network is CSN Black Ace located in St. Paul. A small town with a population of 6,000 people located 2-hours east of Edmonton, St. Paul is the trading centre for the surrounding area making it a prime location for automotive and collision repair.
CSN Black Ace is owned and operated by Corwin Robinson, who has been in the automotive repair industry for more than 20-years. Starting as an auto body technician, Robinson made the transition to purchase his own business and follow his passion of collision and auto body repair in the same move. When the opportunity arose to start a collision centre to call his own, the opening of Black Ace followed suit.
CSN Black Ace has been serving the St. Paul area since 2010. A family run business with deep ties to the community, CSN Black Ace maintains a sterling reputation by going above and beyond to serve their customers. “The customer is our priority. Whatever they need we are willing to do even if that means driving an hour away from our facility to pick up and drop off a vehicle. We want customers to know they can trust us to do what’s right.” said Owner and General Manager Corwin Robinson.
With his knowledge and specialized training from decades of hands-on experience as an auto body technician, Robinson knows that being part of the CSN network will pay huge dividends in the long run. “I have always had a strong belief in the idea of a team. CSN has a reputation for prioritizing teamwork, having strength in numbers, and supporting their network with the resources they need to thrive.” Robinson stated.
“We love what Corwin brings to our network. We’re very competitive in Alberta and we are so excited to have an Operator with his skill set wearing CSN blue representing Team Alberta.” CSN Collision Centres Regional Manager Kari Barton stated emphatically.
CSN Black Ace was activated as an official CSN Collision Centre on April 6, 2020.