Virgil Edwards Named Executive General Manager Of Chattanooga Auto Square

Will Lead Efforts At Infiniti, Jaguar, Land Rover And Porsche Of Chattanooga

Monday, January 24, 2022
Virgil Edwards
Virgil Edwards

Furrow Automotive Group announced Monday that Virgil Edwards has been named executive general manager of Chattanooga Auto Square.  The automotive professional will manage the INFINITI, Jaguar, Land Rover and Porsche of Chattanooga dealerships.  

The former manager of Auto Square’s Infiniti dealership is known for his dedication to client service and excellence in the buying experience, said officials. 

Furrow Automotive Group President and CEO Lee Ann Furrow Tolsma said, “Behind the purchase of a home, a car is often the second largest investment many buyers will make. In today’s climate, auto professionals must exceed client expectations to find the perfect car. We’re excited to welcome Virgil to his new position and look forward to his leadership.”

Mr. Edwards said, “Chattanooga Auto Square recently underwent significant renovations to improve the buying and service experience at Jaguar and Land Rover.  We’re looking forward to even more changes that will enhance customer buying and service experiences from Infiniti to Porsche of Chattanooga.  Our team of professionals is well positioned to meet customer need and I am honored to lead the efforts.”



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