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Dimmitt Automotive Group breaking ground on Wesley Chapel Audi dealership

Dimmitt Automotive Group is breaking ground on what will be a new luxury-focused Audi dealership in Wesley Chapel May 22. The 40,000-square foot location will put clients and aesthetics first. Phones and sales desks will not be making an appearance. Instead, It will feature leather chairs, iPads and "those sexy Audi automobiles," a release said. "It's the perfect union of elegant interaction and advanced technology," Scott Larguier, CEO of Dimmitt, said in a release.

Dimmitt Automotive Group breaking ground on Wesley Chapel Audi dealership 05/12/17 [Last modified: Friday, May 12, 2017 6:23pm]
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