By Ruth Rose / Sales Staff
Liberty Automotive held a ribbon cutting Monday, Aug. 12. Owners Jim and Kim Devers were joined by staff members General Sales Manager Rich Grigsby, Finance Manager Shane Tarvin, salesemen Todd Hignite, Wade Adams, Cameron Harville and Jerett Deaton, Office Manager Elaine Wilson, detailers Jerry Bright and Jeremy Taylor, Internet Manager Dakota Grigsby, and Vickie Grigsby, accounts receivable, as well as members of the Knox County Chamber of Commerce for the celebration.
Liberty Automotive specializes in like new, dependable pre-owned vehicles at prices much less than similar new models. They also specialize in helping arrange financing and strive to make the car buying experience both pleasant and rewarding. Liberty Automotive will feature one of the largest selections of any pre-owned superstore in Southeastern Kentucky. Liberty Automotive offers special discounts for veterans, law enforcement officers, fire fighters and medical personnel.
“Liberty Automotive is committed to customer service and to providing Southeast Kentucky with quality pre-owned vehicles at a substantial savings over new cars,” said Jim Devers. “Liberty Auto can help you find a near new vehicle and save thousands of dollars. We invite you to come and experience the down home friendly atmosphere and buying experience. We carry all makes and models. If we don’t have it we can find it.”
Liberty Automotive is located in the former Chevrolet-Cadillac dealership location on Highway 25 in Barbourville, and the ribbon cutting was just the beginning of the celebrations at the new dealership.
Veteran automobile professionals Jim Devers and Rich Gribsby welcome everyone, including previous customers, to come out to the Grand Opening of Liberty Automotive beginning at 10 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 17, and join in the festivities.
For more information you can call Liberty Automotive at 606-545-4722 or log on to www.libertyautotmotiveky.com.
Public invited to Saturday’s Grand Opening
By Ruth Rose / Sales Staff
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