Smith unveils new showroom


Smith Chevrolet Dealership Principal Greg Smith cuts the red ribbon with the Gallia County Chamber of Commerce and area dignitaries Monday. The auto and truck dealer location recently updated its showroom with new lighting and a reconstructed front room. Smith said he wanted to remodel the room for a number of years. With assistance from local engineer Randy Breech, Smith and Breech were able to come to an arrangement that fit the needs of the business as well as budgetary allowances. Over the last year, Smith Chevrolet has increased the size and services of its on-site body shop, as well as updating its services with new automobile painting equipment. “I’m absolutely ecstatic with the show of support from the community leaders and people involved in the community,” Smith said. “To come up and have this number of people come cheer us and show us support is wonderful. We really appreciate it. The whole showroom is full.” According to Smith, the dealership was originally built in the 1960s.


Dean Wright | Daily Tribune

Smith Chevrolet Dealership Principal Greg Smith cuts the red ribbon with the Gallia County Chamber of Commerce and area dignitaries Monday. The auto and truck dealer location recently updated its showroom with new lighting and a reconstructed front room. Smith said he wanted to remodel the room for a number of years. With assistance from local engineer Randy Breech, Smith and Breech were able to come to an arrangement that fit the needs of the business as well as budgetary allowances. Over the last year, Smith Chevrolet has increased the size and services of its on-site body shop, as well as updating its services with new automobile painting equipment. “I’m absolutely ecstatic with the show of support from the community leaders and people involved in the community,” Smith said. “To come up and have this number of people come cheer us and show us support is wonderful. We really appreciate it. The whole showroom is full.” According to Smith, the dealership was originally built in the 1960s. (Dean Wright | Daily Tribune)

Smith Chevrolet Dealership Principal Greg Smith cuts the red ribbon with the Gallia County Chamber of Commerce and area dignitaries Monday. The auto and truck dealer location recently updated its showroom with new lighting and a reconstructed front room. Smith said he wanted to remodel the room for a number of years. With assistance from local engineer Randy Breech, Smith and Breech were able to come to an arrangement that fit the needs of the business as well as budgetary allowances. Over the last year, Smith Chevrolet has increased the size and services of its on-site body shop, as well as updating its services with new automobile painting equipment. “I’m absolutely ecstatic with the show of support from the community leaders and people involved in the community,” Smith said. “To come up and have this number of people come cheer us and show us support is wonderful. We really appreciate it. The whole showroom is full.” According to Smith, the dealership was originally built in the 1960s.
http://mydailytribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_DSC_0724.jpgSmith Chevrolet Dealership Principal Greg Smith cuts the red ribbon with the Gallia County Chamber of Commerce and area dignitaries Monday. The auto and truck dealer location recently updated its showroom with new lighting and a reconstructed front room. Smith said he wanted to remodel the room for a number of years. With assistance from local engineer Randy Breech, Smith and Breech were able to come to an arrangement that fit the needs of the business as well as budgetary allowances. Over the last year, Smith Chevrolet has increased the size and services of its on-site body shop, as well as updating its services with new automobile painting equipment. “I’m absolutely ecstatic with the show of support from the community leaders and people involved in the community,” Smith said. “To come up and have this number of people come cheer us and show us support is wonderful. We really appreciate it. The whole showroom is full.” According to Smith, the dealership was originally built in the 1960s. Dean Wright | Daily Tribune
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