In the car consigning business, the cars are usually taken out of storage and sold in local markets.
Now, a couple in the Tampa area is taking the business to the next level by opening a second car consigned business, Car Driven.
Car Driven is located in Tampa, Florida and has a full service dealership that is able to ship all of their cars to customers in the United States.
The owner of Car Drived is a young woman named Kelly Ritter, who grew up in Tampa.
Kelly said she grew up with a passion for cars, but now that she has more time to devote to her career, she has found a way to take her passion to new places.
She said she is not a car collector, but her business is dedicated to selling cars to people that can’t afford them.
“The cars that we sell are from the car buying to the car selling side of things.
And it’s the same with our services.
It’s about the service, it’s about what you want out of it, what the price is.
It really is a very unique business,” said Kelly.
Kelly Ritter has been in the car business for about a year and a half, and she said she was able to find the right buyer for her business, as well as make the purchase for the first time.
“My initial idea was, let’s get an auto with a $25,000 price tag, and we’ll sell it to the customer,” said Ritter.
The car was a 2008 Chevrolet Camaro, and it had a 3.6L V6 engine and had a $35,000 sticker.
Ritter was able a little bit of a trial run to see if she could get a deal for her car, and when she did, she was blown away.
“I thought, this is going to be a big deal.
I have a lot of experience in this industry.
I know how it works.
I can do this,” said Dwayne.
Dwayne Ritter owns a car consorting business that he said is starting to make some headway.
He is able with his own business to offer customers a great deal.
“It’s not just one of those car buying and selling businesses.
I think it’s going to have a bigger impact than the car auction side of it.
I really think it will,” said Michael Ritter with Car Drivers.
Michael said that the business was very successful, and now he is planning on opening a new business, but he said he is going with a smaller dealership.
He said the business has become very popular with customers, and he hopes that people will want to take a look at it.
“If you are a local customer, they are going to love it because they know that they can get that car for free,” said Mandy, Car Drilling.
In Florida, a business called the Florida Car Club is also growing.
The club sells cars to local car dealers, and the owners are doing quite well.
They have about 60 members, but the owners hope to expand their membership to include all the different car consortia.
The owners said they have had some very successful sales, and they are looking to expand.
They plan to start up a second dealership.
“There are lots of things that we can do to increase our business.
The more we grow, the more we can help the community,” said Chris L.D., the owner of Florida Car.