Jones Chevrolet is celebrating its Grand Re-opening through Thursday, May 23.
The business has redesigned and rebuilt just about everything inside and out.
Brent Jones, co-owner said, "Its been a year-and-a-half project that started with the body shop relocating across the street, and adding a state-of-the-art downdraft paint booth. We did it (the relocation) in order to expand our service department into the former body shop."
Times Observer photo by Rob Andersen
Grand re-opening celebration
Jones Chevrolet in Starbrick has re-modeled and rebuilt their building, utilizing new technologies and gaining a new look. Taking part in the ribbon cutting ceremony are, from left, Jim Decker, Warren County Chamber of Business and Industry president; Joe Matwijec, Chevrolet district service manager; Warren Mayor Mark Phillips; Brent Jones, owner; Elizabeth Jones; Bill Jones, owner; Brysten Jones, manager and Chomnan Men, Chevrolet district sales manager.
He continued, "We have an all new customer lounge and a service drive through." He said they also added a new showroom with LED lighting and hi-tech heating and cooling.
Jones added, "It has been quite a challenge, moving employees around and still running a business, but it was well worth it."
Jones Chevrolet has been in business for 95 years over four generations. Jones said, "We started in Sheffield with Chevrolet, then came to Warren where we acquired Pontiac and Cadillac, then moved to Starbrick and added Buick, Oldsmobile and GMC."
"We encourage everyone to visit on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. There will be door prizes and refreshments daily."