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We stopped in the other day to say Hi to friend of the Blog (and renewing Advertiser) Vision Collision.

“You just missed Isaiah,” said Amy Driscoll, who, along with husband Michael are happy new parents and proprietors of Vision Collision, Burien’s premier auto body repair shop. “Isaiah is over at his grandmother’s right now.”

Darn. This is not the first time we missed Isaiah when stopping by with camera in hand. However, look closely amongst these paragraphs, and you’ll see the little cutie’s picture. No wonder Amy keeps his photographed mug within easy reach while running the office and overseeing their crew.

Vision Collision's Amy Driscoll is never far from her new baby Isaiah.

Speaking of the crew, Vision Collision is happy to announce the hiring of their newest employee, Craig Jewett, very experienced in the auto body repair business. He’ll help give new mom Amy a little more time off.

Our B-Town Blog reporter, thinking he’d be clever, said to Amy: “So, did you find Craig on … Craigslist?”

“That’s pretty funny, B-Town reporter,” she deadpanned. “Actually you could say an auto body repair shop … ran into … Craig on Craigslist.”

Touché.

“How about if we make the headline of this piece: ‘Isaiah Lot’s Happening at Vision Collision’,” our reporter suggested. “Get it? ‘I say a lot’s happening at Vision Collision.’ Get it?”

“Hmmmm. Listen, we’re pretty busy today … .”

Okay.

Anyway, new dad Michael happened not to be in the shop, either, when we stopped by. It’s understandable. Word is he is still proudly walking around town, passing out “It’s A Boy!” cigars, though his son is now fully six months of age.

Amy and Michael are also preparing to serve as judges at Discover Burien’s (newly-named) “Burien’s Sizzling Saturday Night Car Show” this Saturday, Aug. 7th from 4pm – 10pm at Burien Town Square. The show will feature classic cars, live rock n’roll and much more.

Amy and the newest member of the Vision Collision family: Isaiah.

Isaiah will be at Grandma’s, presumably, during the event. He is, however, scheduled to serve as a judge at “Burien’s 18th Annual Sizzling Saturday Night Car Show” in the summer of 2028.

Vision Collision’s second anniversary in business is next month. We’ll keep you posted on any celebrations and announcements.

Meanwhile, we’ll work on our puns.

Vision Collision
803 SW 154th Street (just west of Ambaum)
Burien WA 98166

Hours: 8am to 5pm, Monday through Friday

Phone: 206-244-2758

Email: [email protected]

Web: http://visioncollision.net/

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