Hertrich purchases Courtesy Chevrolet in Salisbury

The Hertrich Family of Automobile Dealerships is expanding its presence on Delmarva with the acquisition of the Nordstrom Automotive Group, which is comprised of two locations, Courtesy Chevrolet Cadillac in Salisbury and Midway General Motors and Toyota in Pocomoke City.

As part of the Hertrich family, the locations will now operate under the names Hertrich Chevrolet Cadillac of Salisbury and Hertrich Toyota and Hertrich Chevrolet Buick Cadillac of Pocomoke.

The acquisition now marks 21 dealerships in the Hertrich Family.

“We are very excited to welcome Hertrich Chevrolet Cadillac of Salisbury and Hertrich Toyota and Hertrich Chevrolet Buick Cadillac of Pocomoke to our family,” said Fred Hertrich IV of the Hertrich Family. “These dealerships have been under the direction of Ray Nordstrom for the past 35 years, during which time he has built an exceptional team. We look forward to continuing his legacy and welcoming his team in to the Hertrich Family.”

For the past 35 years, the Nordstrom Automotive Group has been dedicated to taking care of their customers first, selling quality vehicles at competitive prices and having friendly, courteous, local people in the dealerships to assist customers with their shopping experience.

Hertrich said these are all traits Courtesy and Midway customers can continue to expect at the dealerships under the Hertrich name.

This year celebrates 55 years since the first dealership opened in 1963 and since then, Hertrich has been dedicated to growth and improvement. With the addition of the new dealerships, the Hertrich Family of Automobile Dealerships now totals four Chevrolet dealerships, four Buick dealerships, two Toyota dealerships and two Cadillac dealerships in Maryland and Delaware, among other brands.

This increases the available inventory for customers that is readily accessible at any location in a moment’s notice.

“We are excited to work with, develop and continue to train the exceptional team Mr. Nordstrom has created over the years and work with them to provide a world class experience for every customer who walks through the door. It is what we expect for ourselves and it is what we want our customers to expect from us,” said Hertrich.

“Welcoming a new team and being afforded the opportunity to better serve the community we live in is always our favorite part of an acquisition. We look forward to creating new job opportunities as we continue to grow and having more opportunities to serve our customers and our community,” he said.

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