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Performance Brokerage Services Represents Soutar Family in Successful Sale of Car Dealerships

Performance Brokerage Services announces the successful representation and sale of the Soutar family group of car dealerships, and NAPA Auto Parts retail store, in August 2014. The dealerships now fall under the leadership of John Jomehri of Mojave Auto G

IRVINE, Calif., Sept. 4, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Performance Brokerage Services, an automotive dealership broker, is pleased to announce the successful representation of the Soutar family in the sale of four Soutar car dealerships, and NAPA Auto Parts retail store owned by the family. The dealerships were purchased by John Jomehri who renamed the dealerships to Mojave Auto Group South Inc.

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The four dealerships purchased in the transaction include:

  • Soutar's Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram
  • Soutar's Toyota
  • Soutar's Nissan
  • Soutar's Ford

The sale of NAPA Auto Parts in Barstow, CA, was also included in the transaction.

With over 50 years of business and community involvement in Barstow, CA, it's little surprise that the Soutar family is widely respected in the community. In fact, George Soutar has stated the Toyota dealership is the second oldest in the nation, and the oldest dealership in all of California. "George Soutar and the entire Soutar family have built a tremendous reputation with their auto empire since their first dealership purchase back in 1962," stated Jason Stopnitzky, a partner at Performance Brokerage Services. "We are confident that with Mr. Jomehri's extensive background in the automotive industry, he will continue the legacy and success of the Soutar family."

The Soutar's line of dealerships featured a wide range of vehicle makes and models, including Toyota, Ford, Ram, Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Nissan. With the successful transition of Soutar holdings to Jomehri, the dealerships' names have been changed to Mojave Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram, Toyota, Nissan and Ford.

The Soutar family was represented by Performance Brokerage Services out of Irvine, California, a company who specializes in intermediary services to buyers and sellers of auto and motorcycle dealerships.

About Performance Brokerage Services

Performance Brokerage Services, an auto dealership broker, specializes in professional intermediary services to buyers and sellers of automotive, Harley-Davidson and Powersports dealerships.

The company offers a different approach to the automotive brokerage industry by providing free dealership assessments, no upfront fees, no reimbursement of costs and is paid a success fee only. Performance Brokerage Services gets paid only after the client gets paid.

With over 23 years of experience, the company utilizes an extensive network of automotive accountants, attorneys, hundreds of registered buyers and enjoys longstanding relationships with most of the auto manufacturers. The intermediaries at Performance Brokerage Services have been involved in well over 400 transactions. Pledging loyal and unwavering representation, confidentiality is vigilantly protected during the selling process and after the transaction closes.

With corporate offices in Irvine, California located at 7545 Irvine Center Drive, three satellite offices in Utah, Florida and New Jersey, and a dedicated Harley-Davidson and Powersports division, Performance Brokerage Services provides its clients national exposure with local representation. For more information about the services offered by Performance Brokerage Services, visit

Media Contact: Jason Stopnitzky, Performance Brokerage Services, 949-461-1372, [email protected]

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