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Metro Ford Makes Bold Moves With An All-New Facility

Miami’s Oldest Family-Owned Ford Dealership Starts Building New Showroom.

MIAMI, FL –  Metro Ford, Miami’s oldest Family-Owned Ford Dealership, announces that construction has begun for a new multi-million dollar showroom located at 9000 NW 7th Avenue, just off I-95.

“Metro Ford has been a driving force in Miami’s growth since 1983, and our new facility will help continue to provide a great sales and customer service experience for years to come,” said Lombardo Perez, Sr., President of Metro Ford.

Construction of   the 9,000 square-foot facility will include a state-of-the art computer and communications system, new furniture, and new lighting throughout the showroom, executive offices and newly landscaped grounds. 

The project is expected to be completed by April 2007 and will be managed by Roepnack Corporation, based in Pompano Beach, Florida. Architectural plans have been designed by the renowned firm of Revuelta, Vega, Leon P.A.

"As we begin 2007, Metro Ford is committed to making ‘Bold Moves’ here in South Florida. We’re excited that the all-new Metro Ford will showcase Ford’s impressive new models, like F-150, Mustang, Edge and Fusion and will strive to be Miami’s #1 Ford dealer,” added Vice- President Lombardo Perez, Jr.
 
Metro Ford is Miami/Dade County’s oldest family-owned Ford dealership selling and servicing the community since 1983.
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