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Doug Smith expands with Spanish Fork dealerships

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Doug Smith has opened two new dealerships in Spanish Fork: Dough Smith Chrysler/Dodge/Jeep/Ram and Doug Smith Chevrolet. The Chevrolet store is a new line for Smith, who also owns and operates three dealerships in American Fork.

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The new Spanish Fork location at 1341 N. Main is on the former site of Denny Manhole Chevrolet. The adjacent Chrysler store has been vacant for several years after being closed by Chrysler Motors. Having undergone extensive remodeling and redecorating in recent months, the Chrysler dealership reintroduces the complete line of Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep and Ram vehicles to the Spanish Fork market.

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Doug Smith first opened a Chrysler store in 1979 in Bountiful. The move to American Fork was completed in August 1997 with the opening of the Doug Smith Autoplex. In 2003, Subaru was added to the lineup, and Kia was added to the Autoplex in 2009.

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According to Tom Smith, “We see this expansion into Spanish Fork as a great opportunity. We’re proud to become members of the Spanish Fork community. We feel this is an opportunity for us to become good neighbors by making a positive contribution to the community. We look forward to serving all the people of southern Utah County.”

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Tom Smith graduated from Westminster College in 2008 with a degree in business management. He is an 11-year veteran of the car business.

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