November 26, 2013
The $600,000 renovation includes an expanded retail display area, an updated drivers’ lounge with Wi-Fi and cable TV, improved parts receiving and storage area, modern administrative offices for employee productivity and efficiency, a streamlined floor plan, and energy efficient features.
The open house was attended by more than 100 customers, Navistar and Idealease executives, community leaders and employees. Tom Quirk, City Councilman, presented a certificate of congratulations to Dealer Principal Jack Saum. The event included tours of the remodeled facility, more than a dozen vendor displays, a display of new, used and vintage International trucks, and a luncheon.
“Thanks to this renovation, we are structured for success,” says Jack Saum, Jr., Dealer Principal, Beltway Companies. “Our remodeled dealership will greatly improve the customer experience and our overall service efficiency. I am grateful to all our loyal customers who have made this investment possible—we look forward to providing excellent customer service in the Maryland market for many years to come.”
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