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dealer

1. a person or firm engaged in commercial purchase and sale; trader
2. Cards the person who distributes the cards
3. Slang a person who sells illegal drugs
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PDR Construction will build the state-of-the-art Sandal BMW and Mini dealership on land at Leeds Road (pictured).
The Lew Williams Chevrolet Dealership was listed as "an important local example of post-World War II modern era commercial architecture and also for its association with the changing infrastructure in Eugene during that period," according to the state Historic Preservation Office.
CAR dealerships are fighting back at thieves who attempt to steal from their forecourts.
With its pounds 5m purpose-built dealership on Mobberley Road attracting clients from across the UK during 2009, its sales were boosted by the Bentley Continental GTC which proved to be the most popular model.
CAI, which is optional for ERA dealers, provides them with access to no-cost training in an initial library of more than 100 self-paced courses in ERA, each course tailored to specific roles in the dealership. The courses can be taken any time from any ERA workstation in the dealership.
Titan also acquires the agriculture division of Pioneer Garage, Inc., Case IH and NH dealerships in Pierre and Highmore, SD, and a NH dealership in Miller, SD.
Barros bought the Ford dealership from Heartland Ford, based in Fargo, N.D., in June 2007.
"There's even an Image II program that provides dealers with a 'turn-key' LEED certified dealership. The dealer can continue to focus on selling vehicles while the new dealership is being constructed."
The Newcastle firm has bought the Jennings Ford dealership on Coopies Lane, Morpeth, Northumberland for pounds 2.6m.
Wayland Developments - formed last year by former directors of Ryland Group - has signed up with Alfred Mc Alpine to form a new venture called Dealership Developments.
Phoenix boss John McGuire said he was "absolutely thrilled" about buying the dealership from Jonathan and Richard Henry.
4 on the RE AUTO DEALER 100 list in 2006 with $386 million in revenue) based in Bowling Green, Kentucky, that fervor extended into his career and drove him to amass a lucrative car dealership empire.