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Burke sold his 25,000-square foot Nash showroom to [[William Bailey]] when he landed a Buick franchise in [[1952]]. He built a new showroom north of downtown, beginning a series of expansions that was continued by his son, [[Jim Burke Jr]], who took over the company in [[1976]].
 
Burke sold his 25,000-square foot Nash showroom to [[William Bailey]] when he landed a Buick franchise in [[1952]]. He built a new showroom north of downtown, beginning a series of expansions that was continued by his son, [[Jim Burke Jr]], who took over the company in [[1976]].
  
Currently the group is comprised of 13 dealerships in 5 locations and employs over 385 people. The group's headquarters are at 1301 [[5th Avenue North]].
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Currently the group is comprised of 13 dealerships in 5 locations and employs over 385 people. The group's headquarters are at 1301 [[5th Avenue North]]. The CEO is [[Mark Livings]].
  
 
In [[2020]] a group of current and former employees filed a racial discrimination complaint against the dealership with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
 
In [[2020]] a group of current and former employees filed a racial discrimination complaint against the dealership with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

Latest revision as of 06:31, 21 October 2020

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The Jim Burke Automotive Group was founded by Jim Burke in 1945 as a Nash dealership located at 300 22nd Street South. He had previously owned a Ford dealership in Rochester, New York.

Burke sold his 25,000-square foot Nash showroom to William Bailey when he landed a Buick franchise in 1952. He built a new showroom north of downtown, beginning a series of expansions that was continued by his son, Jim Burke Jr, who took over the company in 1976.

Currently the group is comprised of 13 dealerships in 5 locations and employs over 385 people. The group's headquarters are at 1301 5th Avenue North. The CEO is Mark Livings.

In 2020 a group of current and former employees filed a racial discrimination complaint against the dealership with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

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