Shirley Tiner

...where she graduated high school and faithfully served her Lord at Wrens Baptist Church. She was a former Western Auto dealer and owner of Tiner's Restaurant. Her main focus, however, was raising her five children. Her favorite thing to...

Customers sue auto dealer

DETROIT -- Auto dealer Mel Farr thought he'd found a way to offer cars to people with bad credit, and protect his profits -- a high-tech dashboard...

Gerald Jones Mazda moving to Martinez

The final piece of local auto dealer Andy Jones' conglomerate is set to move this summer from Au gusta's "Motor Mile" on Gordon High way.Located at 2003 Gordon...

Donor is given pardon by Bush

SAVANNAH, Ga. - A Savannah auto dealer and his family donated money to the Republican National...people granted pardons Thursday by the president. The auto dealer was convicted in 1989 of making false statements on a...

Auto dealers in Ga. and S.C. attract scrutiny

...and monthly payments "Consumers are often at a disadvantage when making a vehicle purchase," Lybarker said. "The auto dealer does it every day, and the consumer doesn't. There's a lot of paperwork that goes along with that deal."

Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway buys auto dealer

Berkshire Hathaway buying auto dealership company Van Tuyl Group; terms not disclosed.

Auto dealer plans to foreclose on land

A local car dealer who was given the bank note to a Richmond County industrial park last year plans to foreclose on the property next month.

Auto dealer Frank Lawrence dies

Frank Lawrence, owner of Augusta's Bobby Jones Ford dealership and past owner of two Augusta professional sports teams, died Monday. He was 71.Coroner Grover Tuten confirmed the death and said it was from natural causes.William S. Morris III, the publisher of The Augusta Chronicle and chairman and chief executive officer of Morris Communications Co., said Lawrence was an energetic businessman and a good citizen devoted to improving his community.

Aiken auto dealer hopes to be reinstated by GM

The executive manager of Henna Chevrolet Cadillac in Aiken awaits word Monday that the dealership could be reinstated as GM dealer.

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Magazine honors auto dealer

Almost every available square foot on David Karangu's Fairway Ford property, grassy or paved, has an automobile for sale on it. Mr. Karangu, 34, said that's part of the reason his Washington Road dealership in Evans has been named to Black Enterprise magazine's top 100 auto dealers list again this year - the third in a row. "Mainly the secret is having a great selection of vehicles and good sales people," he said Friday, leaning over the desk in his office.