TLG Peterbilt acquires Southeast Atlantic locations

The Larson Group (TLG) Peterbilt announced the recent acquisition of the Southeast Atlantic Peterbilt dealership, which includes three Peterbilt locations in the Carolinas. The most recent TLG expansion comes on the heels of the dealer group purchasing Peterbilt of Charlotte last year and establishes TLG Peterbilt stores in Raleigh, NC, and in both Florence and Harleyville, SC.

According to the company, the continual growth of TLG Peterbilt reflects the company’s commitment to improve its customer service. “With each Peterbilt dealership location we gain, The Larson Group family of experts grows, putting us in an even better position to support our customers—when and where they need us,” said TLG president and dealer principal Glenn Larson.

Now totaling 18 Peterbilt locations throughout the Midwest and into the South, TLG said it is “equipped to meet the needs of the drivers and fleet owners who rely on the dealer group’s personalized service to keep their trucks on the road.” “TLG personnel recognize the importance of providing readily available truck parts, repairs and fleet maintenance services along major trucking lanes, as indicated by investments (over many years) in Peterbilt stores strategically located on major interstates such as I-26, I-40, I-85 and I-95 in the Carolinas as well as I-44, I-49, I-70, I-255 and numerous others in the Midwest,” according to the company.

The company added that the dealership remains a supplier of customizable Peterbilt day cab and sleeper trucks as well as municipal and vocational Peterbilts.

“Before bringing any dealership under the TLG flag, we ensure the store is well respected for reliable service, and we verify that each employee who will join us is extremely knowledgeable and friendly,” Larson said. He added that TLG leadership then works directly with each location’s management to “build on a great base by training individuals on TLG service standards and implementing our proven systems.”

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