Greenwood to Celebrate Renovated Showroom
AUSTINTOWN, Ohio – After seven months of construction, Greenwood Chevrolet will hold a grand opening Jan. 19 of its newly renovated dealership. The project added 5,400 square feet to the showroom, four quick lube bays in the garage, space for drive-in repair estimates and an updated body shop.
“When our team started this remodel project we simply wanted to do something that would add value to our customers in terms of service, convenience and our first real indoor showcase for the great Chevrolet products,” owner Greg Greenwood said in a release.
Work was completed by Adolph Johnson & Son Co., Mineral Ridge, in mid-November. Renovations were optional, but part of Chevrolet’s global branding. The project cost between $2.5 and $3 million. General Motors offset about half of the cost, Greenwood said in August.
In addition to more space for vehicles, the new showroom has a larger waiting room with a snack and beverage bar, free Wi-Fi and a flat-screen TV.
The grand reopening is set for 11 a.m. Jan. 19 and will feature members of the American Legion Post 301 raising the flag.
Greenwood Chevrolet was ranked 66th among all American Chevy dealers for volume of sales in 2015 and is the area’s only dealership with the Business Elite program, which allows member businesses “first-in-line” service and free loaner trucks while repair are done.
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