FleetPride Acquires Auto Masters Fleet Services Of Jacksonville, Florida

FleetPride Acquires Auto Masters Fleet Services In Florida

For the last 30 years, David Stringfield’s company has provided outstanding service for heavy-duty customers throughout Florida and southern Georgia.

FleetPride Inc. announced that it has acquired the assets of Auto Masters Fleet Services, based in Jacksonville, Florida, with a second location in Tampa.

For the last 30 years, David Stringfield’s company has provided outstanding service for heavy-duty customers throughout Florida and southern Georgia, including on-site maintenance and full-service mobile units. 

“Today we welcome David and Auto Masters Fleet Services to the FleetPride team,” said Mike Harris, FleetPride senior vice president of sales and operations. “Auto Masters has a strong culture centered around the customer, and a talented team, which makes this acquisition a great fit for the FleetPride organization. As we continue building capabilities and solutions for our customers, Auto Masters Fleet Services expands our footprint of FleetPride Service Centers into Florida for the first time. We are excited to join our two teams moving forward.” 

“Auto Masters is excited to join FleetPride and its growing service business,” added Stringfield. “We take pride in our exceptional level of customer service, and we are ready to continue serving our customers with the added support of FleetPride’s nationwide network.” 

FleetPride also has two thriving parts locations in Tampa and another in Jacksonville to offer a complete sales and service solution for customers in both markets. Stringfield will remain with FleetPride as a general manager of the two Service Centers. 

Irving, Texas-based FleetPride continues to grow its national parts and service operations. If you’re interested in learning more about how to become part of the FleetPride network, contact Jeff Crosson, FleetPride vice president of mergers and acquisitions, at [email protected]

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