Category: Automotive | Issue: July 2019
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In July 2017, Route 66 Chevrolet opened doors at I-44 & Memorial in Tulsa. In an interview with executive manager Chuck Mulkey, the recurring theme was great employees who are all real people, teamwork, family, and making Route 66 Chevrolet the absolute best they can be. Mulkey plus general sales manager Dustin Hightower, controller Trena McGill, used car director Eddie Saxon and floor manager Will Turner provide faith-focused leadership to round out the executive management team. Mulkey also emphasized the expertise of employees who are rarely seen by the public but play an integral role in the success and integrity of daily operations. Although behind the scenes, these “family” members are on top of accounting procedures, warranty administration, parts acquisitions, service and much more. Many of the dealership’s key leaders have prior military service, and the organization definitely has a heart for the military. They appreciate the hard-working people who come to the store hoping to find a vehicle. Mulkey announced that his team focuses on building the largest fleet and commercial vehicle department in the Tulsa area. Look to them for sales and service whether beginning or adding to your fleet lineup.