Minority-Owned Shop Opens in Ohio

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June 10, 2021—A minority-owned repair shop has opened in Ohio, Lima News reported.  

In and Out Auto Service had its ribbon-cutting ceremony on Saturday, June 5 to celebrate the opening of the shop. The shop officially opened on the first of the month. 

Owner Darnell Long has degrees in both Auto/Diesel and Computer Information Security Systems from the University of Northwestern Ohio. Owning his own shop is a “dream” of Long’s, according to the report. 

“We’re doing it all,” Long told the publication. “You can get motors, transmissions, you can get tune-ups, brake jobs and we’re also doing custom fabrication on the bodywork. We’re here to help everybody out during the pandemic by keeping prices low.”

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