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    Re: Dealerships

    Whether or not the dealer is a single line is pretty much up to the dealer principal.
    Our organization keeps most (if not all) of our franchises in separate locations and each facility is a single carline.
    Personally I prefer it this way, it lets me concentrate on fixing one brand of car instead of trying to keep up with 5 brands of automobile. It is better I think to know 5 cars from bumper to bumper than it is to know a little bit about 50 of them.
    It lets me take better care of my customers.

    The last time GM tried to inflict branding regulations on dealers it caused a huge mess and most dealers ignored their threats anyway. It didn't work out at all and the places that changed to conform usually ended up having some issues and losing a lot of money.

    www.elindsay.com

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    Re: Dealerships

    Quote Originally Posted by ewill3rd View Post
    Whether or not the dealer is a single line is pretty much up to the dealer principal.
    Our organization keeps most (if not all) of our franchises in separate locations and each facility is a single carline.
    Personally I prefer it this way, it lets me concentrate on fixing one brand of car instead of trying to keep up with 5 brands of automobile. It is better I think to know 5 cars from bumper to bumper than it is to know a little bit about 50 of them.
    It lets me take better care of my customers.

    The last time GM tried to inflict branding regulations on dealers it caused a huge mess and most dealers ignored their threats anyway. It didn't work out at all and the places that changed to conform usually ended up having some issues and losing a lot of money.

    www.elindsay.com
    This is the reason Lindsay Cadillac continues to be my one and only dealership. They concentrate on me and my vehicle alone.

    That kind of service is priceless.

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