Involved In The Community

The owner's and employee's at Roanoke Wreck Repair not only want to provide the community with the best in Auto Body and Collision Repair, but we want to be an active part of the community as well. We donate time and services to organization's and events such as the Annual Designer (silent) Auction, safety events and our service members.

We are proud to be a donor at the 2016 Designer (silent) Auction, held Thursday August 25th at the Sheraton in Roanoke. Not only did we donate a Auto Detailing Certificate, but our very own Sherry O'Brien donated two hand made wreaths. One for Virginia Tech fans and one for University of Virginia fans. We hope they help their new owners show their school spirit this year ! We also look forward to meeting the folks who bought the Auto Detailing Certificate. 

We are so glad we could help support this great event - and Carilion Children's, which was this year's beneficiary.

Roanoke Wreck Repair recently hosted a safety fair. Participants were treated to free food, fun, music, face-painting, and a visit from Q-Bear the Q99 mascot ! Roanoke City Police were on hand to provide free car seat safety checks as well.



In 2006, Roanoke Wreck Repair, in cooperation with many other vendors and suppliers, put together a special project for a soldier returning home from Iraq. Sgt. Ryan Murphy's wife entered a local essay contest and won a truck makeover for her husband. Click here to watch a video about the project.