Auto Driveaway Reopens Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater Office

Auto Driveaway announces the re-opening of an office in the Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater Metropolitan area. The office will be full-service, offering customers an array of driveaway services along with the availability of DOT/CDL qualified drivers. All services will be connected to Auto Driveaway’s 44-office network throughout the continental U. S., the largest in the industry.

Outside investors Tom Beug and Kevin Horton, both of the Summit Group, LLC, will begin operations by March 1.

In addition to the Florida location Tom Beug and Kevin Horton have also taken over the Long Beach, CA, location.

“This is an exciting time at Auto Driveaway”, Jim Leddy, Director of Sales and Marketing, says. “The re-opening of Tampa was an important move for us. We now have three offices in the State of Florida”.

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