Actor, producer and businessman Mark Wahlberg is adding his fifth automotive dealership to his Ohio portfolio.
That's right, nobody sells more stores in Ohio than Tim Lamb Group. Sixty-eight dealerships and counting.
Bob Morris, Tim Lamb Group Director Southeast Region, has brokered a seven-dealership sale between Mike Raisor Automotive Group and Five Star Auto Group in Lafayette, Ind.
Bob Morris, Tim Lamb Group Director Southeast Region, has brokered a dealership sale between Billy Fuccillo and Rob Matthews that included five Fuccillio auto dealerships in New York state.
New Castle-based Preston Auto Group has purchased the Superior Toyota dealership at 5615 Peach St. in Millcreek Township.
Alongside his business partner Jay Feldman, the actor and businessman has acquired a fourth Columbus area auto dealership. Jack Maxton Chevrolet will be rebranded as Mark Wahlberg Chevrolet of Worthington.
Firelands recently bought the Kasper Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram dealership on Cleveland Road and the Kasper Toyota dealership by Target near Milan Road (U.S. 250).
Actor, producer and businessman Mark Wahlberg is growing his automotive dealership footprint with the acquisition of two more Columbus dealerships with his business partner, veteran automotive dealer Jay Feldman.
The Performance Columbus Family of Dealerships has added another automotive dealership to its group.
Steele Auto Group of Nova Scotia is expanding into Texas with ambitions of creating “some critical mass” in the Lone Star State.
Ken Ganley has acquired Bill Doraty Kia and is converting it into a Ganley-branded dealership.
The Serpentini Auto Group, already one of Ohio's largest Chevrolet dealership organizations, just got a lot bigger.
One of Greater Cincinnati’s largest auto dealers has purchased a longtime dealership.
Germain Automotive is expanding its central Ohio footprint by buying five Columbus-area Sonic Automotive dealerships.
Steve Van Gorder is planning new auto dealerships in Washington Court House, he said in a LinkedIn message this week.
ZT Motors, a portfolio company of Houston-based Private Equity firm, ZT Corporate, announced today that it has completed the acquisition of the Steve Rayman Chevrolet dealership located in Atlanta, Georgia.
Another major change for general motors here locally. After more than 60 years, the Hembree family is out of the Chevy business.
A Mount Vernon institution will change over to new management Dec. 10, when John DeCosky officially enters retirement. The new owners will not be released until Dec. 10, according to son and sales manager, Michael DeCosky.
The Steve Landers Auto Group has purchased and taken over operations of what was the Crossroads Chevrolet and Cadillac dealership at 4630 E. 32nd St. in Joplin.
If the first full month’s sales are any indication, Jim Shorkey Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram is in for a long, prosperous run in the Mahoning Valley, says one of the group’s principals.
A family owned dealership that’s been in Macon for nearly 100 years has been bought by another family owned automotive group that’s been in the city almost 50 years.
After 18 years, Brad Francis, owner of Brad Francis Automotive Group, has decided to sell the group to Melloy Auto Group of Albuquerque, a deal targeted to close on Aug. 8.
‘All the Money in the World’ star Mark Wahlberg and a business partner are buying Bobby Layman Chevrolet in Columbus
Auto dealer Atamian has turned over its Volkswagen component to Gervais Auto Group, moving Volkswagen sales from Tewksbury to its dealership complex in Lowell.
In a multi-million dollar deal, Island Auto Group has purchased eight Staten Island-based automobile dealerships in Grasmere and Dongan Hills that were formerly owned by the Manfredi family.
They started in 1847, six generations ago, when Bernard Glockner started selling hardware, bicycles and buggies.
Serra Automotive continued its out-of-state expansion earlier this week as the Grand Blanc-based dealer announced its takeover of the Champaign, Ill.-based Twin City Honda-BMW dealership.