Colonial Buick, GMC Calls for Resumes from Local Residents Interested in Employment

The new dealership, already under construction in Loganville, is expected to open in late summer 2013.

As construction continues on the new Colonial Buick, GMC plant being built in Loganville, the dealership is already putting out a call for resumes from local residents looking for a job.

Business manager Bryan Milewsky posted on the story on Patch that while the company will bring some employees from the Lawrenceville location, there will be openings for new staff members as well.

"My family and I have lived in your area since 1993 and we are very excited about our new venture. The Loganville, Grayson, and Monroe communities have shown us very strong support in our decision to build and we look forward to opening the doors in August or September," Mileswky wrote. "Yes, we will bring along any staff that wishes to come but we will certainly be in need of additional employees at or shortly after grand opening."

Mileswky asked that if anyone would like, they could send a resume, as well as any desired position, to him at bryan@colonialgmc.com or phone the dealership at  770-962-1200.

The new building is under constructed by J.M. Williams at property on 3965 Atlanta Highway, Loganville, in Gwinnett County. The Colonial Buick Dealership in Lawrenceville will be closed down once the Loganville dealership is up and running. It is expected to employ some 60 to 70 people - some expected to move from the Lawrenceville location as well as some new employees.

Bryan Milewsky May 11, 2013 at 03:10 PM
We will be actively pursuing qualified Sales applicants the week of May 13th. If anybody wishes to be considered, we would like to have 1 to 3 Salespeople who have previous sales experience. Preferably in the Auto industry. Resumes can be sent to bryan@colonialgmc.com.
Dean Gross June 03, 2013 at 01:05 AM
Hi, my name is Dean Gross. I am a recently retired pastor (40 years) and am looking for part time work as a driver transporting your customers to and from and picking up and delivering automobiles. My health is excellant and I have not had any traffic violations of any kind for over 30 years. I also worked as a car saleman for several years in the early 90's while beginning a new church. My wife and I live just outside of Loganville. My wife and I live just outside of Loganville. Look forward to hearing from you at your convenience. Thank you, Dean Gross


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