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     With the 4th of July coming up, I wanted to throw up a quick post about Holiday schedules.  At our dealership, we have always just had Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years off for Holidays. I know of other dealerships that are closed on various holidays that we are open on. I know the car business is far different from banker hours/schedules but I think we should get more than 3 days off per year.

     I was just wondering what most dealerships out there give for days off on Holidays for their sales departments? I'm curious to see if we are in the same boat as most dealerships. Any feedback would be great.... 

Richard Lovering
We offer New Years Day, Easter, Christmas, Thanksgiving, July 4th off in our sales departments. Our other departments do get some other days off or run split shifts on memorial day/labor day.
Richard Lovering
We offer New Years Day, Easter, Christmas, Thanksgiving, July 4th off in our sales departments. Our other departments do get some other days off or run split shifts on memorial day/labor day.
Jim Bell
We are closed store wide on New Year's Day, 4th of July, Thanksgiving, Christmas. We are closed on Sundays so the other 'major' holidays we are closed as well.

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