The Luther Automotive Group

Family Buick remodeling wraps up, Hudson adds bays

Hudson Chevrolet

Hudson Chevrolet technician Justin Kerg and detailer Emir Kozoglu have found the updated shop that used to house Collision and Glass to be ideal.

The new General Motors image has come to Fargo through building improvements made at Luther Family Buick GMC.

The outside appearance is dramatically different, said GM Anita Emmerich, as is the reception area. On the drive, service advisor desks were replaced and accent painting, wallpapering and lettering were installed around the building.

New Luther Family Buick GMC reception area.

Also on the dockett are fresh sealcoating and striping, new shrubs and exterior painting. The store hoped to have a re-grand opening sometime in June.

Emmerich said the building was beautiful and very comfortable for customers prior to the project, but

Luther Family Buick GMC front

A very sleek, modern, more elegant look is on tap at Family Buick GMC, where gray and black themes define the new image prescribed by General Motors.

the updates change the looks. “The amenities for the customers remain the same and we are trying every day to find things to do to make their experience more enjoyable,” she said. “That has more to do with our staff than our building, though.”

Hudson Chevrolet

Hudson Chevrolet technician Justin Kerg and detailer Emir Kozoglu have found the updated shop that used to house Collision and Glass to be ideal.

Another Luther store that sells GMC, Luther Hudson Chevrolet GMC, also saw building changes, but to its mechanical shop. The relocation of the Luther Collision and Glass shop to Bloomington opened the doors for five additional hoists for mechanical technicians, explained General Manager Tim Jubie.

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