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December 22, 2013

Former teacher moves to Nelson Hall Chevrolet

MERIDIAN — Former teacher Brock Hill has changed careers and now educates customers about automobiles as a New Sales Representative for Nelson Hall Chevrolet in Meridian.

    Brock has a Bachelor of Science degree in secondary education and taught for seven years at Meridian High School, his alma mater. He’s the son of Johnny and Sara Hill and was born and raised in Meridian.

    He took his new position at Nelson Hall Chevrolet in July 2013. Brock said he would like to welcome all of his customers to come see him for all of their automobile needs.

    Nelson Hall Chevrolet will celebrate its 70th anniversary in 2014.

    “Customer satisfaction was our priority in 1944, and it has continued to be our priority,” said President Nelson Hall, son-in-law of the founder. Vice President and General Manager Steve Hall represents the third generation of family leadership.

    The dealership sells new Chevrolet cars, vans, SUVs, trucks and commercial vehicles as well as pre-owned vehicles, and offers discounts for college students and members of the military, according to a company press release.

    "Nelson Hall Chevrolet also has an award-winning Service Department with certified technicians," the press release states.

    The newly remodeled Nelson Hall Chevrolet facility is located at 1811 South Frontage Road in Meridian, along Interstate 20/59 just east of the 22nd Avenue exit. For more information, call 601-621-4325 or see

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