New Golf Carts For Sale In Franklin TN Location At Cart Mart. - Digital Journal

2022-07-30 03:41:23 By : Ms. Anna zhu

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New Golf Carts For Sale At The Nation’s oldest and largest low emission vehicle dealership Cart Mart. Creates jobs and a buzz for electric vehicles with the opening of its newest location in historic Franklin, TN.

Franklin, TN, July 27th, 2022 — When it comes to purchasing golf carts, utility vehicles and other low emission, low speed vehicles, Cart Mart has established its roots to provide a one-stop shopping experience second to none in Middle Tennessee.

The Company, having opened its first store in 1959, manages seven branches in multiple states including California, Georgia, and now Tennessee. The new Franklin location will service the Greater Nashville area including Franklin, Brentwood, Forest Hills, Belle Meade, Westhaven, Berry Farms, Mt. Juliet, Murfreesboro, The Troubadour Club and other growing family-friendly communities with the best brands of golf carts for sale Nashville has to offer.

“It’s extremely gratifying to see our company expand through the efforts of so many faithful Cart Mart team members. Our partnership with Club Car and GEM affords us the opportunity to service Middle Tennessee with the industries top brands in golf, transportation and utility vehicles. We have built a solid team to support the local market and I have no doubt that our Nashville location is going to be a hit,” said Brian Rott, CEO of Cart Mart.

Cart Mart has the largest selection of golf carts available, with a wide variety of makes and models from the industry’s top brands. With services such as custom paint, upholstery, stereos, wheels and other detailing choices, the company can make your golf cart uniquely yours. Walking into the doors of Cart Mart location Nashville location located in Franklin, TN. It’s obvious that the Cart Mart goes to great lengths to amplify the customer experience like no other dealer has before. Service after the sale is Cart Mart’s winning proposition.

Based in San Diego, California, Cart Mart has seen rapid growth in the low emission vehicle space. The Company will expand its national footprint in Nashville by offering all the same, high-quality products and services as the other locations from its new 10,000 s/f, temperature-controlled building complete with fully stocked showroom, test drive track, service center, parts counter and executive offices.

“I was blown away at all the options Cart Mart had to offer, and the staff was patient and friendly! After having been to several other dealerships in the area, I am happy that Cart Mart expanded to the Nashville area, and I plan to tell all my friends to go see them!” said one recent customer.

So, what are you waiting for? Check out the best golf carts for sale Franklin TN has to offer!

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Since 1959, Cart Mart has evolved into the Nation’s largest low emission vehicle dealership with seven locations in California, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee. The company specializes in the sales and service to new and used vehicles, fleet management solutions, onsite service, preventative maintenance, replacement parts and special event rentals. Cart Mart’s exclusive brands include: Club Car, Carryall, Onward, E-Z-GO, Cushman, Yamaha, ICON, Evolution, Garia, Polaris GEM, ProXD & Taylor-Dunn. The Company has been listed as one of INC5000’s Fastest Growing Companies 4 years in a row since 2017 and in 2019, was awarded the Top Producing dealer recognition by Club Car, Garia and Polaris in 2021-2022.

Contact Info: Name: Errol Newsom Email: Send Email Organization: Cart Mart Nashville Address: 278 Seaboard Ln, Franklin, Tennessee 37067, United States Phone: +1-615-682-6280 Website:

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