Hello, I’m Brian Keith Redmond from Middlesboro KY. I have been involved in the automotive business since 1997 right out of Bell County High School. The car business is the only business I know. I started at the age of 17 washing cars for Rowland Chevrolet. I worked in all sections of the dealership because I wanted to learn all the moving parts. At an early age with lots of help and people trusting me, I had learned all aspects of how a dealership worked. Starting out young at Rowland Chevrolet is a huge part of my success today as a Owner. I have been passionate about the automobile business since day one. My passion is still strong today. If you choose to check with any of my customers you will find I am easily accessible. My most important priorities in life are God and my beautiful daughter Brylee Kate Redmond. When I’m not working she gets my full attention and has shown me the true meaning of what love is. I enjoy riding motocross and anything that has wheels on it. I’m a true car junkie at heart.
If you like saving money then this is the dealership for you! Chris is the General Manager here @ShortRedmondSuperstore and will do everything he can to help you get the car you want on the terms you need. He specializes in no credit, bad credit and bankruptcy and has a multitude of banks that are willing to help you. He is a graduate of Bell Co. High school and was raised in Harrogate TN. With three little boys and two brand new baby girls that look up too and rely on him to take care of them. So if you need a Car or just want to stop by and say hello, don’t hesitate to come in and ask for #The Price Slasher. He will be happy to answer any questions you may have about financing your next car or you can just pop in to see how we operate and manage to sell 200 cars, month in, month out. We all look forward to seeing and hearing from you soon.
Straight out of Breathitt County Ky, a friend to the Blue collar, common folk, Greg is here to help with anything Car related and he can even give you gardening tips if your half runners ain’t running fast enough.