An entirely new venture that offers protective and appearance enhancing products for vehicles is gaining momentum with Luther Auto’s newest division, the Automotive Performance Studio (APS).
The name leaves room for a broad array of products, which will eventually include performance upgrades, leaders explain. In time, the operation will be transformed into a studio-like atmosphere with multiple products and additional services.
Hudson Chevrolet GMC opened new doors to an expanded show floor with a new customer lounge and service drive on Labor Day weekend.
Anticipation levels were high as sales staff members had been working from temporary offices for five months. The old store did not feature an indoor receiving area for service customers. “It’s the new service drive if anything else,” said Jeff McKorkel in sales. “(Previously) people didn’t know where to go, where to park.”
As Brookdale Toyota nears its 30th anniversary, a much greater development came this summer, a new store building and a spirited celebration.
“I’m ecstatic. I’m excited beyond what you can believe that I can finally, officially say that Toyota City is now the all new Brookdale Toyota,” said General Manager Ron Murray. “And, isn’t it amazing?”
Making reference to the store’s longtime facility down the street, Murray relayed stories from when President David Luther managed the dealership from 1983 to 1991.