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Now Open: Thayer dealerships

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Three new auto dealers are now open in Bowling Green. Thayer is gearing up for its grand opening in Wood County.

The company has three new buildings. Inside are showrooms for Chevy, Honda and Toyota. 

The company also hired 30 new employees.

All three dealerships are set to open next Saturday.

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