Metro Auto Dealers' Overall Sales Nearing $1 Billion / Area Economic Impact, Success of Long-Time Families Defies National Image
Nichols, Max, THE JOURNAL RECORD
Back in 1921, a mechanic named Frank Clark acquired a Nash auto dealership in Ardmore. In 1923, he moved to Oklahoma City, where he acquired a Hudson dealership.
His son, Jack Clark, grew up in the business and became a dealer in 1947. In 1980, after a retirement that lasted only two weeks, he formed the current Jack Clark Chrysler and Plymouth at 6100 N. May Ave.
Now, his son, Greg Clark, is helping to run the dealership, representing the third generation in a family that has been in the auto business for 66 years.
The Clark family is just one example of numerous metropolitan area dealerships involving second and third generations. They form the …
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Publication information: Article title: Metro Auto Dealers' Overall Sales Nearing $1 Billion / Area Economic Impact, Success of Long-Time Families Defies National Image. Contributors: Nichols, Max - Author. Newspaper title: THE JOURNAL RECORD. Publication date: November 11, 1987. Page number: Not available. © 2009 THE JOURNAL RECORD. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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