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FutureStarrMall of georgia ford
It’s a 17-story atlanta mall, roughly 250 feet by 160 feet by 130 feet, divided into 5 levels, each with a different shop. It's not the ideal shopping space. For starters, the mall is so spartan that shoppers are tempted to have a "secret" conversation with the stores, instead of being concise.
Atlanta Ford shoppers and drivers agree: As Gwinnett County's oldest operating Ford dealership Mall of Georgia Ford knows a thing or two about helping customers find the right Ford cars trucks and SUVs at the right price. After all these years our mission remains the same: we want to continue to be North Georgia's premier Ford dealership by building relationships with our customers that last a lifetime. We set ourselves apart with Master Certified Ford sales professionals and highly trained Ford auto repair specialists whose job is to deliver quality products and repairs at an affordable price. As a multi-time Ford Top 100 dealer, we know what it takes to deliver a superior experience. This elite recognition is given to Ford dealerships that achieve high customer satisfaction scores and excellence in operations. Since 2002, our car dealership in the Atlanta area has provided an exceptional selection of new and used cars, trucks and SUVs.
Our dealership also includes a Ford service center that’s staffed with factory-trained technicians, and equipped with manufacturer tools and OEM parts. In addition, we have a Certified Body Shop that can handle repairs for the F-Series’ military-grade, all-aluminum body. Most importantly, we’re proud to have a team that delivers top-notch service whether you visit for sales or maintenance.I feel the family ties myself. I’ve been with Berkshire Hathaway Automotive for 20 years and with Ford here for 13 years. I have team members that have been here as long as I have and we have those close family ties. Together, we work hard to treat our customers like we’d want our family treated with respect, honesty and care. (Source: gwinnettmagazine.com)