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Allison Berard found herself working behind a desk, answering phones and filing paperwork for the first three years she lived in Cheyenne. It wasn't that she was unhappy, but she knew she wasn't living her passion. Cars run wild in her heart and have since an early age.
Instilled by her father, Brent Berard, it's what she knows. He was the gateway to the life of cars. At the age of ten, she recalls being able to tell her dad that she had picked out her top three rides—'72 Rally Nova "fast car, underrated"'57 Bel Air "the body lines, in the '50s they had big fins"and a '69 Charger "that had a lot to do with The Dukes of Hazzard".
Her mother left the picture when she was only six months old, leaving Allison and her two older siblings to be raised solely by her dad. Mom who showed us the right path. Part of that parenting was protecting Allison from working in the shop.
She grew up with lung problems, and Brent's career as a respiratory therapist encouraged him to divert her interest in painting cars with all the fumes involved—in addition to all the other potentially hazardous heavy equipment and dangers found in a vehicle repair garage. When she puts her mind to what she wants, there's no stopping her," her dad commented. Today, year-old Allison is no longer a young girl begging to work in her father's shop. She has left the desk jobs to pursue a career that truly interests her. The shop is no longer a perilous place to be, but a comfort zone where she can take control and thrive.
In this industry, attention to detail is such a critical skill Allison anticipates landing a job for a shop or dealership in town to gain some working experience. However, her ultimate goal is to open up a shop of her own. Allison said her expanding knowledge of automobiles is strengthening the bond with her father even more. She's Got Drive Allison Berard.I love grits girls raised in the Laramie Wyoming
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