Preferred Auto cuts ribbon

October 5, 2013

Preferred Auto cut the ribbon at its Georgetown business in a ceremony sponsored by the Georgetown Chamber of Commerce Sept. 28.

Preferred Auto is a used automotive and automotive service business that has operated in Maryland since 1990 and made its move to 20983 Dupont Blvd. in Georgetown in January of this year. Along with sales and service, Preferred also does custom exhaust, bodywork, general service, restorations and upholstery.

According to owner Lou Perticari, "Preferred services hot rods to yybrids; we got it covered.”

Shown at the ribbon cutting in back are (l-r) Steve Hartstein, Georgetown Town Council; Rep. Harvey Kenton, R-Milford; Joan Deaver, Sussex County Council; and Mike Vincent, Sussex County Council president.

In front are Chris Scherl, general sales manager; Karen Duffield, Georgetown Chamber executive director; Mary Perticari; Lou Perticari Jr.; Lou Perticari Sr., owner; Helen Kruger, Georgetown Chamber membership chair; Bill West, Georgetown Town Council; and Craig Goldberg, service manager.

To contact Preferred call 302-855-0169 or go to

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