Press Conference to be held Wednesday, May 25 at 9am at 2061 Highway 104 Liberty, IL

Adams County, IL – Kurt Wolf, owner and operator of 104 Collision, Inc., along with Great River Economic Development Foundation and The Rural Adams Development Corporation welcome the press on Wednesday, May 25 at 9am to explore the newly built facility, and learn more about Kurt’s story of business and personal growth.

A member of Rural Adams Development Corporation will provide an introduction, and Kurt Wolf will share more about the business, followed by a tour of the new facility.

From his start at Hilbing Autobody in 1988 to his move to Childs and Howe Autobody in 1999, it was clear Kurt Wolf wanted to do more than perform collision repair. When the opportunity to assist in opening Restorations by Wentura on East Broadway in Quincy, IL presented itself, Kurt jumped at the chance to help. It was at Restorations by Wentura where Kurt furthered his knowledge not just in collision repair and customer service, but also in shop management and working with insurance adjusters.

When Restorations by Wentura closed, Kurt’s loyal following encouraged him to open his own shop. While a turnkey location did not present itself, Kurt was able to purchase a parcel of land outside of Liberty on Highway 104. Then, working with The Farmers Bank of Liberty and with the help of Rural Adams Development Corporation, the construction of a brand new building came to fruition. 104 Collision, Inc. is now open and operating under Kurt’s ownership at 2061 Highway 104.

The Rural Adams Development Corporation (RADC) was established to provide low-rate “gap financing” for businesses wishing to start of expand in the rural parts of Adams County, excluding the city limits of the City of Quincy. Since 1992, the RADC has participated in 69 projects, with loans totaling $2,159,631.34. Interested parties may contact any member bank to access to RADC.

More information about 104 Collision, Inc. will be available at the press conference.

For more information, contact Joi Cuartero Austin at GREDF (217) 223-4313.