PRLog (Press Release)
- Apr. 10, 2010 -
April 9, 2010, Hank Graff Davison, the nation’s premiere leader in new Chevrolet and used car sales announced today the creation of its newest website, http://detroitchevydealer.ning.com/
. This site joins the HankGraffDavison.com Network to serve its many customers from the Detroit area, including Novi, Sterling Heights and West Bloomfield. “Over the years, Hank Graff Davison has attracted a solid customer base form the Detroit area”, claims Toni Rathbun, new car sales manager, “we always seem to have what our friends in Wayne and Oakland county are looking for, whether it is a new Chevrolet or a certified GM used car” . “Our most valuable asset is our people and this site features our employees and their families as well as access to new Chevy inventory and used inventory. At Hank Graff Davison people are first and over the years our sales staff has established long term relationships with many of our customers from the Detroit area. This site was established to give some additional insight into who we are as people and to encourage our Downstate friends to join our community and tell us a little bit about their families and interests.” Toni added, “The Back to the Bricks car cruise and celebration held annually in Flint in mid-August has really grown over the last five years and has brought a lot of folks from the world famous Woodward Cruise north to Flint and the Davison area and many have rediscovered the Vehicle City including the many nearby communities”
. Toni concluded, “If you like cool cars and fun people, you may want to join our new site, we will keep you informed about our involvement with Back to the Bricks and keep you up to date with all GM news including Chevys launch of the all new Cruze in the third quarter of 2010.”
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The Graff name has been prominent in Flint, Michigan since 1914. Hank Graff signed a Chevrolet franchise on August 2, 1982. Chris Graff, Hank's son, was promoted to General Manager of the Davison dealership. We’ll continue Making Friends Since 1914.