Mountain View Chrysler Has Ribbon Cutting In Ringgold Friday

Friday, July 18, 2014

The all-new Mountain View Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram of Ringgold will celebrate its ribbon cutting grand opening celebration Friday at 2:30 p.m. along with the Catoosa County Chamber of Commerce. The festivities will include a grill out prior to the ribbon cutting and live music. The celebration continues on Saturday with a grill out and live music. The public is invited.

The Ringgold dealership, formerly Ringgold Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, opened under the Mountain View name on Feb. 1 and has been ramping up to this grand opening.  Don Thomas, who oversees the store says, “The last nearly six months have been great.  Our team is in place and is so excited to be in Ringgold.”  

Mountain View Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram is a full service dealership offering new vehicles, used vehicles of all makes and models as well as service and parts. The dealership has been increasing inventory and now has one of the largest Jeep inventories in the area and also offers customized Jeep and Ram vehicles. Lebron Clark, general manager of the store says, “Being local to the area makes this store special to me. We’ve listened to our community and created a mecca for the Jeep and Ram lover, not to mention to those who love our sharp, new lineup of Chrysler vehicles. We invite the community to come out this weekend to say hello and meet our team.”

Mountain View Chrysler is at 7154 Nashville St. in Ringgold. Their website is www.mtnviewcdj.com. Learn more about the weekend festivities at https://grandopeningcdj.eventbrite.com



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