Hossein Meshgin Abadi (Hoss Abadi)

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Hossein Meshgin Abadi (Hoss Abadi)
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BornJune 11, 1967
Tehran, Iran
TitleCEO and Founder of PARS Moto

Hossein Meshgin Abadi was born on June 11, 1967 in Tehran, Iran. He is the founder and CEO of PARS Moto Collision Center in North York, Toronto.[1]

In 1993, Hoss got married and moved to London, United Kingdom. He worked at a barber shop working as a hairdresser. After working at the barber shop for a year, he expanded to a larger location starting his own business and joined the Tony and Guy Hairdressing College. After three years of juggling college and business, he built up a successful barber shop. Along the way he repaired used, high-end cars and sold them for higher price. [1]

Hoss obtained trading license with intentions to pursue his love for fixing cars. Parts Motors came to life when he invested into an old garage in Nottingham, United Kingdom in 2002 . He focused on excellent customer service with utmost integrity in every business dealings. It was successful until 2008 when Great Recession hit England. [1]

Hoss and his family moved to Canada in February 2010 and for the next two years, they endured incredible challenges as newcomers to Canada. Through the difficult times, he saw the gap in the market for a need for trustworthy, high-standard service. His vision came to life as PARS (Prestige Auto Repair Services) Moto in February 2012. It is now recognized as a high-standard reasonably-priced dealership with quality customer service. [1]

Hoss hosts training workshops for people who aspire to become professional body men or painters through PARS Moto. He also offers an apprenticeship program under a government entrepreneurship plan to assist young adults to become professionals in the field. He hosts Girl Mechanic Workshops, an initiative with aims to empower and teach girls about the mechanic business. [2][1]


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 Canadian Success: A Collection of Success Stories by Successful Persian Immigrants. North Star Success Inc. pp. 12–25. ISBN 978-1-3335999-2-8.
  2. "Girl Mechanic Team (Timestamp 9:30) | Friday, June 7, 2019 | CTV News". toronto.ctvnews.ca. Retrieved 2020-10-07.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)

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