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Last week I told everyone about how we moved dealerships. We have been under construction for over 1 year now. The new store turned out very nicely, very ford... it even glows blue at night. For all of you that have moved a dealership you know what I am referring to... its a TON of work to move a store. Cars, IT, phone systems, all the markeintg that has to be changed. Its been work. So far all is well and it seems as though traffic has picked up. We are having a good month, although we have only been here for 2 weeks now. Here is the building: Building at Night: Receptionist desk on showroom to greet guests: Our Store is very big into Accessories. We built a HUGE accessory display large enough to park a SuperDuty with a 6 inch lift kit inside it. The pillars that hold it up have glass and have room for five 20" rims on each side. Its impressive to see. We refer to it as the ultimate fighting cage. Its AWSEOME help for accessory sales... : On the left you can see the tower for desking deals, on the right is the accessory cage and a few stations to work deals. There are twice as many stations to work deals on the other side of the show room and room enough for 6 cars on the showroom. What do you think? If you are ever in town stop by and visit!