Motivated by the desires to be part of a community which supports family values, and enables a family-owned business to grow, we decided to relocate our family and business to Greenville in 1990.
The Greenville area has indeed provided an environment that has enabled us to grow our business and experience positive growth and changes in our family's life.
We believe it is important for our family as well as the business to give back to the community. We mix family time and fitness with supporting charitable causes by participating in local and statewide charity runs.
John Rundell, owner of Eagle Body Works, places great value in investing in the young people who are the future leaders in our community. He has had the opportunity to share valuable insights with the students on career day at Blue Ridge High School. The business also had the priviledge of supporting the following organizations: Mauldin, Hillcrest, J.L. Mann, and Southside High School athletic programs, local and statewide beauty pageants, automotive-related work-study programs, the Golden Strip YMCA, and Special Olympics. Eagle Body Works is also the global sponsor of two precious boys from Haiti through Compassion International.
It has been our priviledge to service the auto body needs of the Upstate for more than 15 years. Starting out in a small 30 x 36 building, our focus was on repairing one car at a time. As a result of excellent customer service, commitment to quality and hard work, we were able to move to our new location - a 12,000 square foot facility. The commitment John has for his family is the same commitment he demonstrates to his customers on a daily basis.
Although we repair many vehicles, we deal with our customers one at a time. We understand the value of your time and vehicle, and we are committed to making your relationship with Eagle Body Works as positive as possible.
We believe in building a long-term relationship with the community through trust and honesty.