The dealership employs 28 people full-time and a handful of part-timers.
The previous owners had closed the used car lot and combined everything into the new car showroom, creating the impression that that part of the business was closed. With Sheerin in place, the used car lot is back open and the inventory has expanded.
“I’ve got over 100 used cars on hand, and that includes all makes and models, not just Buicks, Cadillac and GMC, he said. “Plus today, we have exactly 135 new cars and trucks on the lot. But the real beauty is our relationship with the Kenwood Dealer group. They own 14 other dealerships and have anywhere from 1,400 to 1,600 cars on hand every day, and we can access all of those too.
“You can go the website, www.cincyautos.com, find a car you like and we can have it here in a few hours, “ Sheerin explained. “And there’s no commitment required. If you don’t like it, that’s OK, we’ll look for others.”
The Kenwood Dealer Group sold more than 28,000 cars in 2018. Their flagship location is the Kings Auto Mall and they also own Interstate Ford and Lebanon Ford.
“This is an exciting time – new Buicks are attracting a much younger audience, GMC trucks are no longer just work trucks, and Cadillac has incredible technology. We’re making all of that available to our customers, while we also reach out to the community as a partner to support the local arts council and other groups. We’re in for the long haul,” Sheerin added.
To learn more, visit www.springfieldgm.com.