J.D. Byrider Opens Barboursville Location
June 11, 2013 // Franchising.com // BARBOURSVILLE, W.Va. – Barboursville-area residents have another option for purchasing used cars now that a new J.D. Byrider location is open at 6018 U.S. Route 60. The new location is the fifth for franchisees Bill Rowland and Mark Morris and the sixth dealership in West Virginia.
“We’re excited and eager to be a part of the Barboursville community, and we’re looking forward to being able to serve customers who are looking for good cars with affordable financing options,” said Morris. “Like all of our locations, superior customer service is our top priority.”
The 10,000 square-foot location will offer used car sales, 7 service bays, a 36-month/36,000-mile warranty for those who qualify to purchase a vehicle, affordable pricing on parts and labor, a customer service center and J.D. Byrider’s industry-leading financing options. The dealership will also create approximately 15-20 new jobs.
In addition to the new Barboursville location, J.D. Byrider opened new locations in Rockford, Ill., Bradenton, Fla., and Omaha, Neb., this year. Last year, J.D. Byrider had its biggest year for growth, opening 14 new dealerships across the United States. With these new stores, J.D. Byrider now has 148 locations in 29 states, with plans for continued growth in 2013.
About J.D. Byrider
Founded in 1989, J.D. Byrider is the nation’s leading used car sales and finance enterprise. The company was founded to serve customers with special auto financing needs and to ensure that they receive the same quality service in every J.D. Byrider dealership. With more than one million consumers matched to quality, affordable vehicles and a franchise system servicing a total of approximately $1 billion in retail contracts, the company continues its focus on reliability and customer satisfaction. Headquartered near Indianapolis in Carmel, Indiana, J.D. Byrider consists of 125 franchised- and 23 company-owned dealerships in 30 states. Visit www.jdbyrider.com to learn more.
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