Nunnally and the Power of Electric

March 5, 2021


Nunnally and the Power of Electric

With General Motors recent announcement to go electric and halt production of gasoline and diesel vehicles by 2035, the reaction from the distribution and consumer community was shocked - in a good way.

  • Gan Nunnally, General Manager of the George Nunnally Chevrolet in Bentonville said recently in an interview with Talk Business, "We've got to sell what General Motors builds," and "if GM moves this way, we've got to move this way with [them]."
  • The Bentonville Nunnally auto dealership is a family owned local company and has been around since 1986, so the company has done its fair share of changing with the times. "Nunnally's embrace of the auto industry's zero-emissions future seems natural due to the company's previous efforts in sustainability. When the dealership left Walton Blvd in July 2011 to build a new facility on Moberly Lane, Nunnally pursued LEED certification for the building through the U.S. Green Building Council," which made Nunnally Bentonville the first GM dealership to have LEED certification - Talk Business
  • To read the full story, you can find it HERE

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