Racine Toyota, a car dealership located on the frontage road near Highway 20 and Interstate 94, opened the doors to a new $6 million home, according to a story by the Journal Times.

Owned by the Home Run Auto Group, the nine-acre location will replace its previous location at 6801 Washington Ave. to better serve Racine County car buyers. But Pat Carr, the general manager for the dealership, told the Journal Times, that while their hope is to broaden their customer base they aren’t forgetting their Racine roots.

The building features large murals of Racine’s harbor, the Main Street Bridge, and the SC Johnson Research Tower.

“We want to make sure that people use this building and we’re a part of the community,” Carr told the Journal Times.

Read more here: Journal Times




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