30th May 2017
Mark Llewellyn, managing director of Revive!, the UK’s leading smart repair franchise, completed his 20th fundraising run, running in the Draycote Water Half Marathon and 10K. In total has raised over £20,000 for the charity Children with Cancer.
A former professional rugby player, Mark competed in the London Marathon three times and took part in the Great North run four times. Each time he has run in aid of the children’s cancer charity.
"Sport and exercise has always played a big part in my life. Everything I do I do to the max, whether that be work or running. Keeping fit is very important to both physical and mental health and being able to raise money for such a worthwhile charity helps keep me motivated too.
Running gives me time to clear my mind and prepare for the day ahead. I enjoy the solitude of training and the madness and camaraderie of participating in group runs!
I have to say my days of running full marathons ended on a high after last year’s London Marathon but I still enjoy the challenge of a half marathon. The atmosphere at Draycote Water was great, matched only by the Warwickshire scenery, and I’d like to say a big thank you to everyone who sponsored me."
Revive! Auto Innovations is a full member of the British Franchise Association and leads the way in smart repair, with the UK’s largest network of accredited repairers. They are looking for business orientated people to join their existing team of franchisees running highly profitable multi-van businesses operating in the minor vehicle repair sector.
Revive! franchise owners provide services on a mobile basis which allows them to keep overheads low, whilst offering a convenient service to customers, who include car dealerships, fleet and lease companies, insurance companies as well as the general public.
16th March 2018
Delegates from all over the country battled through the snow to attend Revive!’s 14th annual conference.
1st March 2018
Revive! has been named as a finalist in a national award for the support to its franchisees across the UK.
20th December 2017
Two more technicians have joined Revive!’s mobile sales division.
18th December 2017
Revive! has been named as one of the top 10 franchises in the UK in the latest industry league table.
6th December 2017
The UK’s leading vehicle paint repairer, Revive!, answers an SOS call.
1st December 2017
Revive! enjoyed one of its best ever trading months in October 2017.
7th November 2017
Revive! has opened in the Isle of Wight.
23rd October 2017
Revive! Head office in Rugby has been named as a finalist in the Business of the Year category for the 2017 Coventry and Warwickshire Awards.
21st September 2017
Revive! has welcomed a trio of new franchise owners as part of the company’s strategic growth plan to achieve a turnover of £20m by 2020.
14th September 2017
The team at Revive! Basingstoke has just come back from World’s largest charity car rally.
1st September 2017
Revive! has appointed Mike Collyer to the post of head of mobile sales.
19th May 2017
When former Bentley employee Kevin Johnson went to Wrexham Revive! looking for a job, owner Mark Williams jumped at the chance!
12th May 2017
Revive! owners and directors Liam Loughlin and Tim Osman will be running the new business in Blackburn.
24th March 2017
Each year Revive! franchisees from all over the UK meet up for an annual conference.
Having worked with the Revive! team for a little time now, it is great to know that there is always someone at the end of the phone to help with technical support or just general advice of how to continue developing my business.
The fact that head office does the accounts and administration for me is really helpful. Also Revive! has a national website where I get a lot of my leads from.Dan Normanton
The Revive! Directors have many years experience in the Smart Repair sector and two of the Directors run their own highly successful Revive! franchises.
Revive are the first full member of the British Franchise Association in their industry sector.
Revive! are the first company in the Smart Repair sector to implement the use of Water Based paints ahead of legislation that will restrict the use of environmentally damaging solvent based paints.