News Release, Calvert County Government
Huntingtown, MD– Troy Gallion of Huntingtown Automotive and members of the Board of County Commissioners Thomas ” Tim” Hutchins, Buddy Hance and Kelly McConkey cut the ribbon on his expanded 4,000 square foot auto repair shop on Prospect Lane in Huntingtown.
Gallion provides auto repair services for cars, diesel trucks and fleet service vehicles and has been in business since 1991. He credits his successful years in business to his ability to provide honest and reliable repair services for his customers. “I started off as a small, home-based business and am excited to expand to meet the needs of my customers,” Gallion said. “All along the way, the Department of Economic Development has provided assistance and helped me relocate my expanding business. I’m happy to begin this new journey.”
For more information, call Huntingtown Automotive at 301-928-7280, visit at 155 Prospect Drive in Huntingtown or check out Facebook.
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