Infiniti, Toyota, Ford and GM dealerships sell across 4 states

Randy Marion buys new North Carolina store

Randy Marion Automotive Group on Sept. 22 The former Ashe County Ford in West Jefferson, North Carolina, was purchased from Jeff and Amy Dollar, said auto retailer COO DJ Heller.

The Mooresville, North Carolina group has changed its name to Randy Marion Ford of West Jefferson.

Heller told Automotive News: “The town has been responsive and welcoming to us and we are excited for further growth in the area.”

The store is located in West Jefferson, North Carolina, near the Tennessee-Virginia border.

According to Jeff Dollar’s LinkedIn page, Amy and Jeff Dollar purchased the store with their family in 2007 and the store outright in 2010.

Heller said Randy Marion Automotive expects a busy first quarter in anticipation of multiple acquisitions in the Southeast. close.

GM Minority Dealer Development Program Candidate Buys Texas Store

On July 14, Eduardo Solana acquired GM Cars & Trucks of Lubuque, a Chevrolet Buick GMC dealership in Brady, Texas, according to Columbus, Ohio-based trading firm Tim Lamb Group.

The dealership has been renamed Solana Motors. Brady is in the central part of the state.

Dick Pryor, Texas and South Central regional director for The Tim Lam Group, which represented the seller in the transaction, said Solana is a candidate for General Motors’ minority dealer development program. Pryor told Automotive in his news that Solana’s father had a Chevrolet dealership in Mexico and that Solana wanted to have his own shop and that he “wanted to go to America.” Told.

According to his obituary, Sue Lubke’s late husband, Ray Lubke, purchased a GM dealership in Brady, Texas in 1990. He died in November 2018 and Sue Lubke took over the store. The family also ran a Chevrolet dealership in Eden, Texas, but it closed. Eden, Texas is west of Brady, Texas.

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