Denham Ford starts new building at Cranbrook’s east entrance

Denham fords new location

Denham Ford is a full line Ford dealership featuring sales, service, leasing and parts.

Cranbrook's busy commercial strip (Cranbrook Street) is a magnet for auto dealers and though Denham Ford is currently located midway down "the strip" they are planning to relocate to a high-visibility dealership located at the east entrance of Cranbrook. Construction on the new building is now underway -- with Lethbridge-based contractor Westco Construction the project manager and general contractor.

With concrete footing in the ground and stand-up concrete walls being readied to be erected, construction will move ahead rapidly. Denham Ford is a full line Ford dealership featuring sales, service, leasing and parts.

Denham Ford’s new state-of-the-art automotive Ford dealership is slated for completion in mid-2013. Ford has a long legacy in Cranbrook from McInnes Ford to Geddes Ford and Millennium Ford and most recently Denham Ford.

The Denham automotive group has numerous dealerships across western Canada and the Cranbrook outlet is managed by Braydon Denham. 

Keith Powell

Keith Powell is the publisher and founder of Kootenay Business magazine which is part of the Koocanusa Publications group. View all of Keith Powell’s articles

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