Subaru of Cranbrook has a new General Manager

Subaru of Cranbrook's General Manager Jordan McKee stands in front of a new Subaru.

Jordan McKee has always been a fan of the Kootenay region and a passionate enthusiast of the Subaru brand. — Photo courtesy Jordan McKee

Jordan McKee became the general manager of Subaru of Cranbrook on December 4th of 2017 when the Scottsville Auto Group took over the dealership. “I’m a journeyman parts person by trade, and started with the Scottsville Auto Group in 2007 in their GM store in Red Deer, Alberta,” he said.

In October of 2017 McKee was offered his new position and jumped at the chance. He said that what makes Subaru different from other dealerships in town is the atmosphere. “We don’t treat our customers like numbers–we focus on building relationships throughout the entire ownership experience, and hopefully the next.”

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