Jim Ellis Auto Group
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Jim Ellis Auto Group Careers and Employment

About us
As a family owned and operated business, the Jim Ellis Automotive Group has been proudly serving the metro Atlanta area for more than 48 years. When we opened the doors of our first dealership back in 1971, our primary mission was to change the car buying experience. We adopted a simple selling philosophy - strive to treat every customer as if they – more... were our own family member. With that goal in mind, we've been able to consistently create great car buying experiences that exceed our customers' expectations. As a result, the Jim Ellis Automotive Group has earned the prestigious Consumers' Choice Award for business excellence (voted on by consumers) for 15 consecutive years!

Thanks to the valuable life-time customer relationships we have developed during the last 46 years, the Jim Ellis Automotive Group continues to grow and expand. Today, we now offer 14 iconic brands and operate 17 conveniently located dealerships in Atlanta, Marietta, Kennesaw, McDonough and Buford. Although we plan to keep growing, our commitment to customer service remains unwavering.
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Written by Training Coordinator (Former Employee) from Atlanta, GA on September 15, 2018
This was a great place to work with people that were "go-getters" and hard workers. Customer service was an expected part of the culture and was exemplified from the top down.
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