ORRVILLE — Nagy’s Collision Center announced its plan to combine the Power Sports location with the Pro Touch location in order to better serve customers and continue to offer full-service collision repairs for motorcycles, ATVs and vehicles.

The Power Sports location will move from its current location of 772 College St. in Wadsworth to 4653 Cleveland Road in Wooster.

"Since our lease was coming to an end in Wadsworth, we saw it as an opportunity to combine Power Sports and Pro Touch into one entity," said Nagy’s Collision Centers President Ron Nagy in a news release. "The merge will allow us to accommodate our customers’ needs while providing them with the next level service they deserve."

The new Power Sports location will focus more on accessories and collision repairs, since collision is what Nagy’s Collision Centers knows best. Additionally, the combined location will continue to offer the existing services at Nagy’s Pro Touch, including rustproofing, reflex truck liner, detailing, reconditioning and VIP service packages. The location will no longer be offering power sports vehicle diagnostic and engine repair.

Pro Touch Manager Mark Mays and Reconditioning Manager Ryon Mays both said they are excited to welcome the Power Sports business to their location.

"As we continue to grow as a business, customer service is always our top priority," said Vice President Dan Nagy. "We look forward to serving the Power Sports’ client base at the new Wooster location and to offer a variety of services in one powerhouse location."

Nagy’s Body & Frame was established in 1973 by Dave Nagy in Doylestown. In 1995, brothers Ron and Dan Nagy purchased the business from their father, expanding the business to the locally-recognized brand it is today with 11 locations across Northeast Ohio.