The dealership originated as Capital Chevrolet in 1925 and became Davis Chevrolet in 1943. Tierney acquired controlling interest in the dealership from the Davis family in 1976 and renamed it, and full ownership in 1978. It moved to this location off Highway 83 and Calgary Avenue in 1979, from downtown.
In 1983, partners Joe Perry, owner of Perry-Eastgate Funeral Services, and Stan Puklich, a general manager of a Jamestown car dealership, acquired Leo Tierney’s ownership stake. At the time, the dealer carried the Chevrolet, AMC-Renault, and Bavarian Motor Works (BMW) lines.
Today, the dealership is operated by Stan’s daughter, Elyse.
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