Savannah Motorsports describes itself as a “small, hometown dealership,” but customers are willing to travel the extra miles from all over the Southeast thanks to the dealership’s can-do, friendly attitude.
Understanding generational gaps and differences is part of working on the business. How are you dealing with it?
Think twice or even three times about adding additional brands to an already successful dealership.
After 28 years in business under the Rossmeyer family, these dealerships change owners.
After 48 years, this dealership falls under new management.
The dealership expands to a second location to better serve the Southeast for Aprilia, Moto Guzzi, Piaggio and Vespa.
“No” is a defense mechanism for customers. Help them feel more at ease with salespeople.
The company aims to bolster its communication efforts.
Take a tour of this Colorado-based dealership.