|Wilson Co. Motors breaks ground for new building|
|Wednesday, August 29, 2012|
Wilson County Motors will have a new home next year as they celebrated the start of construction on their new location on South Hartmann Drive in Lebanon on Wednesday.
Located adjacent to Chili’s restaurant on South Hartmann, the new site for Wilson County Motors has been in the works for two years.
“I’m glad to stop planning and start building,” said owner W.P. Bone.
Bone said for the past two years the dealership has driven many miles and searched far and wide for inspiration for the new building. Paine Bone said the dealership will be a place to remember, and one that will hopefully keep customers coming back.
“When you come here for service or shopping, you’re going to have fun—make no ‘Bones’ about that,” joked W.P. Bone.
“The philosophy of this building is to conserve your time, provide real value, and make your visit a great experience that will leave you wanting to come back again and again,” Paine Bone said.
Paine Bone noted the legacy that Wilson County Motors has in the local community and said they hope to continue that legacy in an up-to-date building that will also allow them to update other properties owned by the dealership.
“We are daily aware of our legacy given to us by my father and their grandfather and covet our obligation to that legacy,” Paine Bone said.
When the new dealership is completed next spring, it will be one of several businesses in the new “Lebanon Market Place.” Paine Bone noted when they move into the new location, they will upgrade their current building to house Wilson County Hyundai.
The large tent set up on site will continue to be there for the next several days and Paine Bone said they will offer test drives from that location and have a number of vehicles for customers to look at and test drive right where the dealership will soon be located.