Single-point dealerships are alive and well

Passino, Karen
January 2002
Automotive News;1/28/2002, Vol. 76 Issue 5968, p62
Trade Publication
Focuses on the single-line, single-point dealership in the automotive industry in the U.S. Views from Kirk Motors Suzuki owner Tom Kirk; Advantages of single-point dealership in terms of sales approach; Importance of accessibility in competition.


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