At Carubba Collision Corporation, we’re grateful for the support Western New Yorkers have given us for more than 60 years. So we give back to the community whenever we can.
We’re also very proud of the national recognition we’ve received in the collision industry. No matter how big we get, we’re still a family-owned business that treats its employees like family.
The Korean War-era US Navy Plane at Walter M. Kenney Field in the Town of Tonawanda has been a local landmark since 1959. Carubba Collision proudly volunteered to refurbish the plane in 2009. Our crews removed all old paint, pounded out dents and filled in cracks, repainted the entire plane, and applied new decals. The restored plane was revealed at the dedication ceremony for the Veterans Memorial at the park, featuring Colin Powell as the keynote speaker.
Joe Carubba was honored with the prestigious Body Shop Business Collision Repair Shop Executive of the Year Award in 2013. The award recognizes collision repair leaders who have experienced great success through innovation, overcoming challenges, and perseverance. The publication cited Joe for “lifting up the entire industry and being an example for his colleagues to follow”.
Joe Carubba was humbled to receive the Anthony M. Castiglia Leadership Award by the Italian-American Leadership Council in 2014. Congressman Brian Higgins recognized Joe’s honor on the floor of Congress. Read Congressman Higgins’ proclamation, which is now part of the Congressional Record.
Carubba Collision proudly supports numerous charities and worthwhile causes, including the Food Bank of WNY, Make a Wish, Mercy Flight, Cradle Beach, New York State Golden Gloves, and local Police and Sheriff’s Departments.