Henderson Hutcherson And McCullough Expands Dealerships Services Group, Welcomes Locke

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Henderson Hutcherson & McCullough, PLLC, a local full-service accounting and consulting firm, announced Dana Locke has joined the firm as an accountant for its Dealership Services Group.
In her role at HHM, Ms. Locke will apply over 30 years of automotive industry experience to HHM’s growing Dealership Services Group.

“Dana brings a deep level of expertise and understanding within the dealership industry,” said Travis Horton, CPA, MBA and partner in charge of Dealership Services. “She hit the ground running and is already a valuable asset to our team of dealership CPAs and the clients we serve,” added Mr. Horton.

Prior to joining HHM, Ms. Locke was a corporate controller for several mid-sized automotive groups across the Southeast.

She has held several key positions within auto dealerships including controller and finance manager.

HHM Dealership Services Group offers accounting and consulting services to automobile dealerships across the United States.


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