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Employees of Low Book Sales®, the largest independent car dealer in Utah, learned the joy of giving this holiday season. A family of six enjoyed a very merry Christmas thanks to the efforts of a few loving employees, and donations from many more. - March 07, 2008
Low Book Sales®, the largest independent car dealer in Utah, announced the grand opening of its new dealership in Layton, Utah. The new dealership opened for business as of January 8, 2008 and will have its grand opening celebration on February 1st. - January 30, 2008
The Low Book Sales® Service Group, a division of Low Book Sales, the largest independent car dealer in Utah, is pulling out the stops when it comes to helping customers with vehicle issues. Every vehicle sold at Low Book Sales receives a complimentary 45-day, 3,000 mile warranty. When you buy a... - November 26, 2007
Low Book Sales®, the largest independent car dealer in Utah, seeks to provide its customers with options after the contract has been signed. In a bold move to make sure customers are completely satisfied with their vehicle, Low Book Sales is offering 7 days to exchange on vehicle purchases. An increasing... - November 24, 2007
Low Book Sales®, the largest independent car dealer in Utah, is also the most branded independent car dealer in the state according to Brand the Brain℠, an independent perceptual study conducted in 2006. Due to aggressive television, radio, print, and bulk mail campaigns, Low Book Sales has... - November 24, 2007
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