Thrifty Car Sales Signs 3 Dealers, Opens New Locations

Thrifty Car Sales is adding three new dealers to its network of franchised dealerships. The new locations include Dixon, Calif.; Mahopac, N.Y. and San Antonio, Texas.

In Dixon, Calif., dealer Ghasem "Tony" Tousinzhad recently opened a Thrifty Car Sales dealership. Tousinzhad has owned his dealership, Truck City Auto Sales, since 1994, selling more than 600 cars every month.

In Mahopac, N.Y., partners Tony LoMenzo and Nick Lupinacci have opened a new Thrifty Car Sales dealership. LoMenzo is currently the owner of LoMenzo's Auto World. His partner, Lupinacci, is a builder and real estate developer of residential and commercial projects. The new Thrifty Car Sales property is about 8,000 square feet and has the capacity to hold 20 vehicles inside the showroom and 80 vehicles on the outside lot.

Richie Davis, Erik Baerresen, Drake Baerresen and Matt Griffin have opened a Thrifty Car Sales dealership in San Antonio. Davis has been involved in the automotive industry since 1993. Currently, the Baerresen Group provides marketing and advertising services to automotive dealerships.

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