LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) — A Louisville auto dealership has been bought to a different native auto supplier.
In response to a information launch, Mercedes-Benz of Louisville, owned by David Peterson, has been bought to Jeff Wyler Automotive Household. The present group of buyer assist and repair technicians at Mercedes-Benz of Louisville will stay below new possession.
“That is the perfect time for me to step away from my function of possession,” Peterson stated in a information launch. “The Louisville dealership is on a rock-solid basis in each manner, and Wyler Automotive’s a long time of service on this group, in addition to their profitable Mercedes-Benz operation in Fort Mitchell, makes them an ideal slot in carrying on the Mercedes-Benz of Louisville legacy.”
Wyler Automotive additionally owns Mercedes-Benz of Fort Mitchell in northern Kentucky.
“As a family-owned and operated dealership, we take immense pleasure in our a long time of serving the Louisville space,” David Wyler, president of Wyler Automotive, stated in a information launch. “We all know and love the group, and take nice pleasure in persevering with the Mercedes-Benz legacy in Louisville.”
After beginning as a gross sales affiliate at Tafel Motors in 1973, Peterson bought partial possession within the dealership in 1981. He grew to become the only proprietor of the Louisville Mercedes-Benz dealership in 2002.
Peterson plans to pursue creating a nationwide apprenticeship program for automotive technicians by means of his new enterprise, Automotive Apprenticeship Group. This system will concentrate on addressing the nationwide scarcity of high-quality technicians.
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