Fitzgerald Peterbilt opens new Alabama location

Fitzgerald Peterbilt opens new Alabama location

Peterbilt Motors Company has announced the opening of a new parts and service location in Gadsden, Alabama by Fitzgerald Peterbilt. Featuring 10 service bays, 600 sq. ft. of retail space and 1,750 sq. ft. of parts storage, the facility is on State Highway 431 between the heavily trafficked Interstate I-20 and I-59. A family company founded in 2016 with just two dealerships, Fitzgerald Peterbilt has grown over the last five years to a total of six locations, with four in Alabama and two in Virginia.

“I grew up in a similar rural community to Gadsden and if you wanted to go to an OEM dealership you had to travel several hours to Nashville or Knoxville. We have a lot of customers in this region of Alabama and we are proud to be able to serve them closer to home and look to utilize this opportunity to become stronger partners with them,” said Tommy Fitzgerald, Jr., dealer principal Fitzgerald Peterbilt.

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