First string Automotive Group, with automobile dealerships in Roanoke, today revealed it is broadening to the New River Valley with the acquisition of New River Nissan in Christiansburg. Nissan recently authorized First Team’s purchase of New River Nissan from Kim Martin and Mandy Martin. The changeover will occur April 1, 2016. “We are happy that Nissan selected us to represent their brand name in the New River Valley and we look forward to continuing the unbelievable sales and service experience the Martin family has offered years,” said George Pelton, creator and CEO of First Team. “First string is a family-run business with deep ties to the Roanoke Valley and now the New River Valley. We are strong partners in the neighborhood. New River Nissan has a terrific reputation for taking care of its customers and team members, and First string wishes to continue that tradition with sales and service in the very same area.” New River Nissan, which will be called First Team Nissan of Christiansburg at 2130 N. Franklin St. in Christiansburg, produces First Team’s 2nd Nissan car dealership. First string Nissan of Roanoke belongs to the First Team Automobile Shopping mall area along with other vehicle brands at 6520 Peters Creek Road in Roanoke. The business likewise has six dealerships in Hampton Roads. “For 28 years the Martin household has served the New River Valley with difference, sincerity and honesty, and we are honored to have the opportunity to continue their heritage and have their family become part of ours,” Pelton stated. “First string means to fully honor that legacy of great service and consumer fulfillment. Our family-owned culture and strategy are similar so this is a merger of amounts to.” Pelton likewise states the acquisition advantages consumers. “First Team brings to Christiansburg more volume, procedures and other time-tested effectiveness that permit lower new-car costs, so this offers consumers a great deal of value as the cost leader,” he stated. “We will preserve the same …
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OOLOGAH, Oklahoma – House decor is often about old things ending up being brand-new again. And one Oologah lady is doing simply that, by turning car parts into coffee tables. Brandee Frost is in the final stages of turning a little block Chevy engine into a table. As soon as she’& rsquo; s done, it & rsquo; ll be delivered to a person in Texas.”My mission is to develop stuff that the other half will let into the living-room,” Frost said. Attractive enough, she said, that it does not have to end up in a ‘& lsquo; male cave & rsquo; someplace. In her own living-room, she has a coffee table that integrates some linking rods, a webcam shaft and some differential gears. She said, today, most of her customers are northeast, and sales have been flourishing the last couple of months. “I believe Christmas time all the girls bought for their boyfriends, and I put fliers in, and now all those partners wan na see exactly what else I made,” Frost said. She makes clocks, lamps and all sort of chances and ends out of vehicle parts she cleans up and re-purposes. You can discover more info about Frost Car Décor online. The Tulsa Democratic Celebration is requiring an examination of Republican Vic Regalado’s campaign contributions … See all stories on this subject
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