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Bob Morrow from Bridge City Chrysler in Fort Macleod
 
It was an efficacious weekend for Bob Morrow from Bridge City Chrysler, as his weekend car sale in the Crowsnest Pass was considered one of the most successful sales he has ever hosted.
The car sale, held on May 24, 25, and 26 in Coleman, brought 65 vehicles for the sale. This was the largest amount of cars ever brought up for a Bob Morrow car sale.
“My friends from the Crowsnest Pass were incredibly good to me,” Morrow, who is originally from the Crowsnest Pass said.
“The Pass is really my home,” Morrow, who currently lives in Fort McLeod, said. “I live in a different place, but the Pass is where I come from.
 

Bridge City Chrysler is planning another car sale this summer, and many more in the future.
In the past, Morrow has hosted trade fairs in the Crowsnest Pass but the car sales are relatively new, as the car sale held last weekend was the third annual.
“There were more people there than I could handle,” Morrows said. The Crowsnest Pass car sales that Morrow hosts are generally the most successful; the reason being the large network of people Morrow has in the Pass.
Bob would like to give a very big thank you to everyone who came out to the sale over the weekend. “It’s always nice to come home,” he said.
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