Alberta-based LAG Auto buys Kia of Prince Albert

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Alberta-based LAG Auto has added a 2d bind to its portfolio of new-vehicle dealerships in Saskatchewan.

The automobile retail team with places in Alberta, British Columbia and Saskatchewan, introduced by means of social media June 3 that it had obtained Kia of Prince Albert.

Phrases of the do business in, which was once brokered by way of Broker Answers Mergers and Acquisitions, weren’t disclosed.

Kia of Prince Albert was once prior to now owned by way of the Saskatoon-based FFUN Staff, which has 12 new-vehicle places, in addition to a length of used-vehicle and powersports shops, basically in Saskatchewan.

Following the acquisition of the dealership within the Prairie province’s third-largest marketplace, LAG Auto now owns 14 new-car shops, in addition to 3 used-vehicle retail outlets.

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