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TIFTON, GA (WALB) -

One of South Georgia's leading auto dealerships has a new and bigger home in Tifton.

Prince Toyota owners cut the red ribbon to officially open their new dealership location, now on U.S. 82 at the corner of Carpenter Road, across the street from Walmart.

The Prince Automotive Group operates dealerships in Tifton, Valdosta, Douglas, and Albany. This new dealership is bigger, with more cars, and improved technology to better serve their customers.

"Having our sales people with I pads," said owner John Prince III.  "We don't have any closing booths. Everything will be done on the show room floor. We don't allow any hotboxing of customers. It'll all be done out in the open."

John Prince said much of this same technology will be built into their new GM Superstore location under construction in Lee County.

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