Fred Beans Adds Seventh Ford Dealership with New Exton Location

Fred Beans Adds Seventh Ford Dealership with New Exton Location

EXTON, PA — The Fred Beans Family of Dealerships has added the former Sloan Ford, located on Lincoln Highway in Exton, to its list of dealerships. This is the seventh Ford dealership with the Fred Beans name; the location offers both sales and service operations.

“With the opening of Fred Beans Ford of Exton, we are expanding our Ford inventory to give all Fred Beans customers an even greater selection of new and pre-owned vehicles, as well as growing our footprint in Chester County, which is an added convenience to our customers in this area,” said Fred Beans, founder and president of the family of dealerships that bear his name. “Our new dealership promises the same personalized approach to customer service delivered by a team with extensive knowledge of, and my shared passion for, the Ford brand.”

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The new Fred Beans Ford of Exton is located just miles away, and on the other side of Rte. 202, from Fred Beans Ford of West Chester. The locations share a charitable cause. Fred Beans Automotive Group is donating a portion of sales and service bills from both locations to the Salvation Army of West Chester through the Fred Beans 500,000 Meals Challenge. Starting in May and running through the end of the year, the Fred Beans Automotive Group is on track to donate at least $25,000 a month to organizations that fight hunger throughout areas where the automotive group operates. Customers, employees, vendors and community partners are rising to the challenge to support the goal to provide at least 500,000 meals by Dec. 31. Learn more athttps://www.fredbeans.com/half-million-meals-challenge/.

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“Customers also can expect the Fred Beans Ford of Exton team to practice the same ‘contactless’ sales processes and enhanced cleaning and sanitizing measures that have become standard across all Fred Beans locations to prioritize customer health and comfort during the pandemic,” said Beth Beans Gilbert, vice president of the Fred Beans Automotive Group. “We also have new processes to reduce the amount of time customers spend in our dealerships, and we have enhanced our digital retailing experience with the launch of the Fred Beans ExpressWay to make it faster and easier for customers to browse and buy online.”

All Fred Beans customers can take part in the AutoRewards customer loyalty program, which results in savings and exclusive discounts, including from more than 200 area merchants. Customers can earn and use points at any Fred Beans location, which now includes 21 dealerships with a collective 6,000 new and pre-owned vehicles spanning 18 brands. Also under the Fred Beans Automotive Group umbrella are six CARSTAR collision centers, two AutoExpress quick-service locations, four AutoRent locations, commercial truck sales and the largest dealer-owned parts operation in the country.

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