Heather Cannon Honda’s new dealership open for business

Ponca City Now - April 29, 2015 4:38 pm

Honda dealer Heather Cannon has opened her new building for business, but it may be hard to see for a few days.

The new building is right behind a pile of rubble that was the old Cannon Honda building on North 14th Street. Crews are hard at work to remove the debris and should be finished soon.

The new dealership building is built on an open floorplan concept which gives Cannon flexibility in determining how the space will be used.

The new building includes many modern touches, including 100 percent LED lighting, an oil change bay that doesn’t require an appointment, and free alignments with some services. There’s also an adjacent building with a car wash so customers’ cars are returned clean.

One room on the south side of the building can be used to introduce buyers to their new vehicles in an enclosed area. After hours, it will also function as a social reception area for events such as Business After Hours.

Cannon was proud to say the project was completed with Ponca City contractors.

According to Ponca City’s Development Services Department, the project cost $2,500,000. The consultant was Perry Schauvilege and the contractor was Rick Scott.


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