Liberty Superstores: 60 Years of Experience

Liberty Superstores: 60 Years of Experience

Liberty Superstores has almost 60 years of experience in the car dealership business and has been owned and operated by the same family for four generations. Their dealerships include Liberty Chrysler, Jeep, and Fiat; Liberty Dodge and Ram; Liberty Hyundai and Mazda; Liberty Mitsubishi and Volkswagen all in Rapid City, as well as Liberty Chevrolet in Sturgis. They strive to provide simple, worry-free car buying for the Black Hills and beyond. Not only does Liberty Superstores provide the largest selection of new vehicles than any other dealer in western South Dakota, they also have hundreds of used cars, top-notch service departments, parts sales, and a body shop to offer customers a full range of services.

Beyond their vehicle sales, Liberty Superstores believes in giving back to the communities they operate in. Through the years they have supported many local organizations that help local children and families, such as Destination Rapid City, Rapid City Club for Boys, American Legion Post 22 Baseball, American Legion Post 320 Baseball, Rapid City Public School Foundation, United Way of the Black Hills, Mount Rushmore Society, Black Hills Area Council of Boy Scouts, Rapid City Regional Hospital Foundation, Habitat for Humanity, and Youth and Family Services. They also support our men and women in uniform by sponsoring military appreciation events in the community and by offering military discounts on new vehicles.

Black Hills Wire is proud to have Liberty Superstores as a corporate sponsor supporting military spouses, veterans, and innovative initiatives. Their long-standing support of our military servicemen and women and the greater Black Hills community is greatly appreciated.

To learn more about Liberty Superstores, visit their website or follow them on Facebook.

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