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Land Rover Knoxville Honored with Prestigious Land Rover Retailer Excellence Award




Land Rover North America recently announced the recipients of the 2017/18 Land Rover Pinnacle Retailer Excellence Award. Land Rover Knoxville is among the select group of Land Rover retailers to achieve this honorable recognition.

“Land Rover Knoxville is extremely proud to accept this distinction,” said Lee Ann Furrow Tolsma, Furrow Automotive Group President & CEO. “Our team is dedicated to providing exceptional and personalized service and is honored that our commitment to every one of our customers and to the Land Rover brand has been recognized with this award.”

Land Rover Pinnacle winners are retailers who have demonstrated a commitment to excellence and the Land Rover brand. Sixteen top-performing Land Rover retailers are selected each year based upon core business categories including customer advocacy, sales and after sales.

“We are proud to recognize our leading retailers for their outstanding performance and commitment to the Jaguar and Land Rover brands,” said Joe Eberhardt, President & CEO, Jaguar Land Rover North America, LLC. “We achieved another record sales year in the U.S. last year, in large part due to the high quality service and outstanding ownership experience these retailers provide to our customers every day.”

In 2017, the Land Rover brand reached an all-time high sales mark of 74,739 units and achieved double digit annual growth for the brand’s flagship model, the Range Rover. Land Rover has a network of 172 retailers across the U.S. Land Rover Knoxville celebrates its twentieth anniversary this year, having opened in October 1997 as one of the first of many automotive dealerships established along Parkside Drive in West Knoxville. John Hodges is Land Rover Knoxville’s Centre Manager.

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