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CHAPMANVILLE, WV -

Thornhill GM Superstore has been recognized with two Mark of Excellence awards and as a top performer for both Buick and GMC sales in West Virginia. 

Thornhill GM Superstore is owned by Wally Thornhill. The Buick/GMC district sales manager is Ray Magee. Lee Neal is Thornhill's sales manager.

One award recognized the business as a top performer for Buick and GMC and the other for being one of the top dealers in West Virginia.

Originally located in Logan, Thornhill GM Superstore relocated to U.S. 119 at Chapmanville in 1998.