Deacon Jones acquiring Honda dealership
The Deacon Jones Automotive Group announced Tuesday they are adding a new franchise to their presence in Wayne County Goldsboro area: Stevenson Honda of Goldsboro. The new name will be Deacon Jones Honda of Goldsboro.
Ken Jones, President said, “We are pleased to announce the addition of Honda to the Deacon Jones family of dealerships. We’ll be able to provide our community with the same type of customer service that they’ve been able to experience at all of our dealerships for almost 40 years.”
Jones continued, “Deacon Jones Honda of Goldsboro will offer a first-class sales and service experience worthy of customer loyalty, to anyone who has felt the need to buy or service their current Honda’s elsewhere.”
Deacon Jones has a very solid reputation with a number of successful dealerships on Goldsboro’s US 70 corridor including Deacon Jones Ford Lincoln, Deacon Jones Kia and Deacon Jones Nissan. The company, founded by Mr. Deacon Jones in 1978, recently announced one of the largest expansions in their history. The project will provide state-of-the-art, new homes for their Ford and Nissan operations. The expansion is necessary to meet higher customer expectations and sales volume.
Deacon Jones is a family-owned auto group, with the acquisition of Honda, comprised of 12 locations and 13 brands. They have been serving eastern North Carolina for over 37 years and are committed to providing the community with outstanding customer service and community support. They have locations in Smithfield, Garner, Goldsboro, Selma, Fayetteville, Princeton and Kinston.