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Grand Chute Auto Product sales closes after around 30 several years in company

Grand Chute Auto Profits has shut its doorways right after more than 30 yrs of serving the Fox Valley.

a sign in front of a building: Grand Chute Auto Sales, which opened in 1988, closed on Jan. 31.

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Grand Chute Automobile Gross sales, which opened in 1988, shut on Jan. 31.

The employed-car dealership, located at 300 N. Lynndale Drive in Appleton, closed at the conclude of January.


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Grand Chute Auto owners Wayne and Ann Van Asten have made a decision to retire, the organization said in a statement to the Submit-Crescent. 

“We would like to thank our consumers for all their aid and guarantee them that any warranty on their autos will even now be honored,” the statement stated.

The Van Astens opened Grand Chute Vehicle in 1988 at the southeast corner of Northland Avenue and Lynndale Drive in the house now occupied by the Appleton-Grand Chute U.S. Bank department. Grand Chute Automobile moved to the building at 300 N. Lynndale Drive in 1998. 

The automobile supplier served the larger Fox Valley location, consistently achieving buyers in Brown, Outagamie, Waupaca and Winnebago counties. 

Shoppers with guarantee questions ought to contact their lender for help, the company reported.

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This article initially appeared on Appleton Post-Crescent: The Excitement: Grand Chute Car Product sales closes soon after above 30 many years in small business

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