Frisco’s car dealership? |

Frisco’s car dealership?

Lu Snyder

FRISCO – Here today, gone tomorrow.

That describes Cowboy Corral – the newest business in Frisco. But it’s not going out of business, it’s just moving on.

Cowboy Corral has been stationed across from Safeway on Summit Boulevard. since Wednesday. It’s basically a travelling car sales lot, representing Steve Lance’s Cowboy Corral in Grand Junction and Longmont, said sales representative Gina Portwood.

Portwood said she and the other sales reps make two trips a month, travelling around the state to introduce Coloradans to Kia – a car manufacturer.

Though many people haven’t heard of Kias, Portwood said the company has been in business for more than 20 years and its Sedona van has received five-star ratings in safety tests.

“We just want to give (people) – that are so far from dealerships – a chance to look at them, drive them, and see what they’re all about,” Portwood said.

Cowboy Corral representatives rented the lot across from Safeway to display their cars for four days. Today will be their last day in Summit County. Aside from Kias, they also sell used cars and trucks.

The Cowboy Corral will be open for business from 9 a.m. until approximately 8 p.m. today, though they might work later than that. By Sunday, they will be gone.

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