Nick Belisomo doesn’t know how he started in the car business. “I’ve just always been in it,” he said.
Since King Cotton Chrysler opened in 1990 and subsequently King Cotton Ford, the dealerships have long been deep rooted in Tipton County.
“It’s important to us to be a part of this community,” said Belisomo.
And now, to continue to expand the corporate image and meet the Ford national standards, King Cotton Ford has gotten a facelift, including a new façade, a new drive through including an interior drive and a completely updated showroom. The renovation, lead by Rose Construction, took two months for completion and cost more than $700,000.
“We have new everything,” said Belisomo. “We are very excited to be a part of Tipton County, we’ve been a part of it for 24 years and look forward to a lot longer. That’s why we did this- we want to not only earn Tipton County’s business, but the surrounding areas as well.”