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New business driven by community
IB Price Ford
Price Ford of Turlock celebrated their Grand Opening ribbon-cutting ceremony on Jan. 22. Owners James Figurell and David Price have tripled the inventory after buying the former Patchetts Ford dealership when Brian Garcia retired in June 2015. - photo by Photo Contributed

Name of Business: Price Ford

Type of Business: Car dealership

Hours: Sales: seven days a week, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Location: 5200 N. Golden State Blvd.

Contact Information: 669-5200

Business Specialty: New and used vehicle sales, service of all makes and models


Price Ford of Turlock recently celebrated their Grand Opening ribbon-cutting ceremony that on Jan. 22 where members of the Turlock Chamber of Commerce, key executives from Ford Motor Company’s San Francisco Region, as well as other distinguished business people from the Turlock, Modesto and Stanislaus County area were in attendance.


Owners James Figurell and David Price are proud to have become a part of the fabric of the local community in California’s Central Valley.


“My partner and I have known each other for years and we bought the store because of the community,” said owner James Figurell.


Formerly known as Patchett’s Ford, Figurell and Price took over June 2, 2015, following the retirement of Brian Garcia. Price Ford has made some big changes to the dealership, including tripling their inventory.


The ownership, management and staff anticipate a very bright future ahead as they continue to immerse themselves in the Turlock and neighboring communities with events such as the Drive One for Your School, a fundraising effort on behalf of Turlock High School coming up on April 9 at the CSU Stanislaus campus.


“We’re pretty excited about getting involved in the community,” said Figurell. “The Drive One for Your School event is anticipated to raise about $6,000 for the Turlock High Bulldogs Aquatic Boosters toward an awning over their pool bleachers.”


Price Ford looks forward to continuing its primary mission of doing good business, as well as executing on its promise of contributing to worthwhile community projects. As a family-owned operation, the Price Ford team is committed to genuine customer satisfaction by providing premium service for their customers.


“We intend on trying to make the purchase experience clear cut and as transparent as possible,” said Figurell. “It’s our goal to be the premier dealership in the Central Valley.”