Dobbs Truck Group expands Peterbilt dealership in Sumner, Washington
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Dobbs Truck Group expands Peterbilt dealership in Sumner, Washington

Dobbs Truck Group expands Peterbilt dealership in Sumner, Washington

On Wednesday, March 31, the Dobbs Truck Group officially broke ground on their new Dobbs Peterbilt dealership, as well as Dobbs Truck Group corporate office.

This will allow Dobbs Truck Group to add its 18th Dobbs Peterbilt dealership location, the ninth in the state of Washington.

Mike Clark, Dobbs Truck Group CEO, stated, “First, I would like to thank our loyal customers.  Without them, none of this is possible. I also appreciate the support of our guests from the City of Sumner, including the honourable Mayor of Sumner, Bill Pugh, our business partners at Cushman and Wakefield, JH Kelly, Sitts & Hill, and the executive team from PACCAR. Without all of your support, we wouldn’t be here today.”

This state of the art facility, situated on 11 acres in Sumner, WA, represents a $16 million dollar investment in our dealership network and will bring 100 jobs to Sumner.

This facility will incorporate leading edge technologies including provisions for the sale and service of Battery Electric Vehicles. Other features of the facility include:

  • Total square footage of the facility – 69,000SF
  • Square footage of the Parts warehouse – 24,000SF
  • Square footage of the shop – 23,000SF
  • Approximate completion date – January 1, 2022

Olen Hunter, Dobbs Truck Group Executive Vice President, stated, “We are very pleased to be joining this community and look forward to offering Peterbilt Truck Sales, Financing, Truck Rental and Leasing, Aftermarket Parts and Truck Maintenance Services at our new dealership.”

The Dobbs Truck Group + Dobbs Peterbilt family is excited to bring the #DobbsValue to Sumner, Washington.

Dobbs Truck Group expands Peterbilt dealership in Sumner, Washington

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