Tuesday, 07 July 2020 18:57

Jerry Seiner Acquires 2 AZ Stores

Written by Auto Remarketing staff

For the past 40 years, the Jerry Seiner Dealerships have operated in Utah. This week, the dealer group made its entrance into Arizona.

According to a news release distributed July 7, the Jerry Seiner organization has purchased Henry Brown Chevrolet and Henry Brown Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram in Casa Grande, AZ.


The group said these dealerships will be rebranded to Jerry Seiner Chevrolet and Jerry Seiner Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram.


“The Jerry Seiner Dealerships have been providing quality transportation solutions and service to Utahns for 40 years,” said Chris Hemmersmeier, owner and CEO. “We are thrilled to introduce the Seiner brand and our incredible level of service to the residents and businesses of the Casa Grande and greater Phoenix areas.”


Both dealerships will be led by Tom Hemmersmeier as general manager. He will be relocating with his family to Casa Grande.


“I am excited to join the teams in Casa Grande,” said Tom Hemmersmeier, current director of sales operations, training and used vehicles for the Seiner organization. “We have a great team in Casa Grande and I am looking forward to helping them continue to serve this community, grow the business and show what the Seiner difference is all about here in Arizona.”


The Seiner Dealerships currently represent the Chevrolet, Cadillac, Buick, GMC, Kia, Isuzu and Mazda brands in Utah.


“In our 40-year history, we have changed and grown our organization by seizing opportunities before us and creating more along the way,” Chris Hemmersmeier said. “Over the past several years we have been creating our future, from purchasing and consolidating Cutrubus Cadillac in Layton, UT, expanding our wholesale parts efforts in the Mountain West and launching a new Kia showroom in Salt Lake City.


“This transaction will allow us to strategically focus on future business opportunities that are aligned with our values and strengths as a company,” he said.


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