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Kelley Chevrolet's move to its new location begins

Kelley Chevrolet's move to its new home off Lima Road just south of Interstate 69 was well under way Friday morning, with scores of new cars already moved to that new site. The dealership will be open for sales Saturday, with service starting Monday. About 500 vehicles and 20,000 parts are being relocated from Kelley's longtime home on State Boulevard near North Side High School. The new dealership cost about $10 million and will create about 25 new jobs, owner Tom Kelley said. (By Bob Caylor of The News-Sentinel)
Kelley Chevrolet's move to its new home off Lima Road just south of Interstate 69 was well under way Friday morning, with scores of new cars already moved to that new site. The dealership will be open for sales Saturday, with service starting Monday. About 500 vehicles and 20,000 parts are being relocated from Kelley's longtime home on State Boulevard near North Side High School. The new dealership cost about $10 million and will create about 25 new jobs, owner Tom Kelley said. (By Bob Caylor of The News-Sentinel)
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Friday, October 04, 2013 12:29 pm
Kelley Chevrolet's move to its new home off Lima Road just south of Interstate 69 was well under way Friday morning, with scores of new cars already moved to that new site. The dealership will be open for sales Saturday, with service starting Monday. About 500 vehicles and 20,000 parts are being relocated from Kelley's longtime home on State Boulevard near North Side High School. The new dealership cost about $10 million and will create about 25 new jobs, owner Tom Kelley said. (By Bob Caylor of The News-Sentinel)

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