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Allstate Peterbilt opens Dickinson facility

Jason Cannon February 5, 2013
Dickinson Groundbreaking Ceremony. From Left to right: Gary Klein, GM Fargo - Don Larson, Owner - Jeff Vanthournout, President - Matt Vanthournout, Manager of Strategic Development - Steve Mikkelson, Service Manager Fargo
At the Dickinson Groundbreaking Ceremony, pictured from left to right are Gary Klein, GM Fargo; Don Larson, Owner; Jeff Vanthournout, President; Matt Vanthournout, Manager of Strategic Development; Steve Mikkelson, Service Manager Fargo

Allstate Peterbilt recently opened its newest facility in Dickinson, North Dakota.

The newly-constructed, state of the art Peterbilt truck dealership features six service bays, a 2,000 square-foot parts display area and driver amenities, including showers, washer and /dryers and a driver lounge.

Allstate Peterbilt Group currently has 17 Midwest locations, including other North Dakota dealerships in Fargo and Bismarck. Another new facility is slated to open in Williston this March and a parts only location is set or opening in Grand Forks this spring. 

Allstate Peterbilt of Dickinson is located on Interstate 94, just north of Hwy. 94, at exit 64. Hours of operation for parts and service will be 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.

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