B&B Automotive has been recognized as The Best of Twin Harbors as sponsored by The Daily World for many years running.

Conrad "Butch" Jobst, owner of B&B Automotive,  is a long-time committed member of the local community. He has supported our local community by serving as a member of:

• Aberdeen High School General Career and Technical Education and Auto Advisory committees
• Grays Harbor College Auto Advisory Committee (20 years)
• Automotive Service Association of Washington, SW Washington Unit President, Association Past President 
• Numerous sub-committees within the ASA and local school committees 

Butch attended grade school in the Aberdeen School district and graduated from Wishkah Valley High School in 1979.  He attended South Puget Sound Community College and Yakima Valley Community College, graduating from YVCC in 1983.  He purchased B&B from his high school and college friend, Marty Walkama and his father, Bill.

What’s in a name?
B&B derived its name from Bill Walkama and Bill Jurisin. The two Bills were longshoremen with a gift for fixing things. They developed a customer base and a reputation for being able to "fix anything" while taking care of customer needs. Butch decided to honor their vision and mission by leaving the name when he purchased the business in 1983.  He moved to the current location in 1987. The staff increased to its current size of 10 has remained at that level for most of the last 20 years.