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Larson Group Expands Charlotte Peterbilt Dealership

Mon October 22, 2018 - Southeast Edition #22
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The Larson Group (TLG) celebrated the opening of its newest Peterbilt facility in Charlotte, N.C., Oct. 10. With roughly 500 people taking part, it was one of the best open house turnouts TLG has ever seen.

TLG, a Peterbilt dealer company with more than 20 locations, recently moved its Charlotte, N.C., operation to 3917 Trailer Drive, a five-minute drive from its former location. The new dealership fronts I-85 and is easily accessed from North Graham Street and Statesville Road.

At approximately 62,000 sq. ft. set on a 9-acre tract, the new Peterbilt of Charlotte facility is more than double the size of TLG's previous facility and provides more customer accessibility to the company's services and offerings.

Roughly 13,000 sq. ft. of the new facility is dedicated to a parts warehouse, while 2,800 sq. ft. will contain a new parts showroom. In addition, the building will house 20 truck service bays, including two natural gas bays, an in-ground alignment system, a dedicated triage lane, and a FSX DPF cleaning system.

The move came in response to Peterbilt of Charlotte's growth since TLG first acquired the location in 2015.

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The Larson Group held a grand opening Oct. 10 at its newest Peterbilt dealership location in Charlotte, N.C.
The Larson Group held a grand opening Oct. 10 at its newest Peterbilt dealership location in Charlotte, N.C.

Nathan Gue (L) and Mitch Queen, both of Taylor Pump & Lift, had information ready on their Lube Master service trucks and other items.
Nathan Gue (L) and Mitch Queen, both of Taylor Pump & Lift, had information ready on their Lube Master service trucks and other items.

(L-R): Heading the Larson Group are Kory, Glenn and Kyle Larson, owners of the Charlotte Peterbilt location and 19 others. The trio has forged a reputation through dedicated service and flourished at their Peterbilt locations by building strong business relationships.
(L-R): Heading the Larson Group are Kory, Glenn and Kyle Larson, owners of the Charlotte Peterbilt location and 19 others. The trio has forged a reputation through dedicated service and flourished at their Peterbilt locations by building strong business relationships.

(L-R) are Kyle Larson of The Larson Group; Walter Tyson and Travis Vaughn, both of the City of Charlotte; and David Vermillion of Peterbilt of Charlotte.
(L-R) are Kyle Larson of The Larson Group; Walter Tyson and Travis Vaughn, both of the City of Charlotte; and David Vermillion of Peterbilt of Charlotte.

(L-R): Kyle Godfrey and Josh Sykes, both of Peterbilt of Charlotte, with Shawn Yancey, The Larson Group.
(L-R): Kyle Godfrey and Josh Sykes, both of Peterbilt of Charlotte, with Shawn Yancey, The Larson Group.

(L-R) John and Tim Wayne, both of Tim Wayne Enterprises, Davidson, N.C., with Jordan Rogers and Jeremy Wayne of Carolina Seeding, Davidson.
(L-R) John and Tim Wayne, both of Tim Wayne Enterprises, Davidson, N.C., with Jordan Rogers and Jeremy Wayne of Carolina Seeding, Davidson.

Matt Broday (L) of The Larson Group welcomes Richard and Rick Sowers of Sowers Construction Company of Mount Airy, N.C., to the grand opening.
Matt Broday (L) of The Larson Group welcomes Richard and Rick Sowers of Sowers Construction Company of Mount Airy, N.C., to the grand opening.

Ready for customers’ needs are a variety trucks in different configurations.
Ready for customers’ needs are a variety trucks in different configurations.

Ready for customers’ needs are a variety trucks in different configurations.
Ready for customers’ needs are a variety trucks in different configurations.