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Philip Schmidt A.

President and Chief Executive Officer

Greiner Ford Lincoln

HQ Phone: (307) 266-1680

Email: p***@***.com

Greiner Ford Lincoln

3333 CY Avenue

Casper, Wyoming 82604

United States

Company Description

Greiner Ford Lincoln has been serving Casper and Wyoming since October of 1970. In 1970, the population of Wyoming was 332,416 and Casper boasted a population of 39,397. Today, Casper has a population of over 55,000 and the State of Wyoming has approxim ... more

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The Elks National Foundation

Education



Rapid City ( SD ) Central High School

Bachelor of Science degree
Business , with an emphasis on Accounting
Black Hills State University

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Meanwhile, the business’ Casper ...

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Meanwhile, the business’ Casper location will remain open. The dealership, which is an outlet for Ford, Chysler, Dodge, Ram and Jeep vehicles, expanded from Casper and opened its Douglas branch in 2007. Greiner President and CEO Phil Schmidt cited the downturn in coal and oil, as well as a larger national struggle for smaller dealerships to remain viable, as reasons for the company shutting its doors April 30. Schmidt said it was a difficult decision but “a perfect storm� of events that led him ultimately to decide to shut down the store. Likewise, he said smaller dealerships across the country are experiencing the same financial hardships as the Douglas branch. He said operating costs for dealerships have increased over the years, placing a larger burden on smaller dealerships to keep up with training and other services. Those dealerships are losing the fight to larger dealerships across the country, he said, and it’s been happening for a while. Indeed, the number of franchised car dealerships in the country has decreased steadily over the last several decades. In 1950, there were as many as 47,000 franchised dealerships, but by 2014, that number dropped 65 percent to just 16,500 dealerships, according to the National Automobile Dealers Association. National reports and experts indicate that many of these closures have come from small dealerships in fairly insulated markets. They reason that small, local, rural dealerships have been increasingly unable to support the types of training and services that manufacturers demand from their outlets as technology has advanced. In Wyoming, dealerships employed some 5,600 people in 2014, according to national data, with an average 43 employees for each business. Schmidt said the Douglas shop employs some 20 people. He said some, but not all, of those employees will still have jobs at the Casper location. The announcement is just one of the latest signs of the local economy and small businesses struggling to remain afloat under the pressures of recent layoffs and production downturns in the energy sector. Recently, the Speedway gas station and the Juanita’s Mexican Grill, both located at 1728 E. Richards Street, also closed down.


Meanwhile, the business’ Casper ...

www.glenrockind.com [cached]

Meanwhile, the business’ Casper location will remain open. The dealership, which is an outlet for Ford, Chysler, Dodge, Ram and Jeep vehicles, expanded from Casper and opened its Douglas branch in 2007. Greiner President and CEO Phil Schmidt cited the downturn in coal and oil, as well as a larger national struggle for smaller dealerships to remain viable, as reasons for the company shutting its doors April 30. Schmidt said it was a difficult decision but “a perfect storm� of events that led him ultimately to decide to shut down the store. Likewise, he said smaller dealerships across the country are experiencing the same financial hardships as the Douglas branch. He said operating costs for dealerships have increased over the years, placing a larger burden on smaller dealerships to keep up with training and other services. Those dealerships are losing the fight to larger dealerships across the country, he said, and it’s been happening for a while. Indeed, the number of franchised car dealerships in the country has decreased steadily over the last several decades. In 1950, there were as many as 47,000 franchised dealerships, but by 2014, that number dropped 65 percent to just 16,500 dealerships, according to the National Automobile Dealers Association. National reports and experts indicate that many of these closures have come from small dealerships in fairly insulated markets. They reason that small, local, rural dealerships have been increasingly unable to support the types of training and services that manufacturers demand from their outlets as technology has advanced. In Wyoming, dealerships employed some 5,600 people in 2014, according to national data, with an average 43 employees for each business. Schmidt said the Douglas shop employs some 20 people. He said some, but not all, of those employees will still have jobs at the Casper location. The announcement is just one of the latest signs of the local economy and small businesses struggling to remain afloat under the pressures of recent layoffs and production downturns in the energy sector. Recently, the Speedway gas station and the Juanita’s Mexican Grill, both located at 1728 E. Richards Street, also closed down.


Greiner President and CEO ...

www.glenrockind.com [cached]

Greiner President and CEO Phil Schmidt cited the downturn in coal and oil, as well as a larger national struggle for smaller dealerships to remain viable, as reasons for the company shutting its doors April 30. Schmidt said it was a difficult decision but "a perfect storm" of events that led him ultimately to decide to shut down the store. Likewise, he said smaller dealerships across the country are experiencing the same financial hardships as the Douglas branch. He said operating costs for dealerships have increased over the years, placing a larger burden on smaller dealerships to keep up with training and other services. Those dealerships are losing the fight to larger dealerships across the country, he said, and it's been happening for a while. Indeed, the number of franchised car dealerships in the country has decreased steadily over the last several decades. In 1950, there were as many as 47,000 franchised dealerships, but by 2014, that number dropped 65 percent to just 16,500 dealerships, according to the National Automobile Dealers Association. National reports and experts indicate that many of these closures have come from small dealerships in fairly insulated markets. They reason that small, local, rural dealerships have been increasingly unable to support the types of training and services that manufacturers demand from their outlets as technology has advanced. In Wyoming, dealerships employed some 5,600 people in 2014, according to national data, with an average 43 employees for each business. Schmidt said the Douglas shop employs some 20 people. He said some, but not all, of those employees will still have jobs at the Casper location.


Greiner President and CEO ...

glenrockind.com [cached]

Greiner President and CEO Phil Schmidt cited the downturn in coal and oil, as well as a larger national struggle for smaller dealerships to remain viable, as reasons for the company shutting its doors April 30. Schmidt said it was a difficult decision but "a perfect storm" of events that led him ultimately to decide to shut down the store. Likewise, he said smaller dealerships across the country are experiencing the same financial hardships as the Douglas branch. He said operating costs for dealerships have increased over the years, placing a larger burden on smaller dealerships to keep up with training and other services. Those dealerships are losing the fight to larger dealerships across the country, he said, and it's been happening for a while. Indeed, the number of franchised car dealerships in the country has decreased steadily over the last several decades. In 1950, there were as many as 47,000 franchised dealerships, but by 2014, that number dropped 65 percent to just 16,500 dealerships, according to the National Automobile Dealers Association. National reports and experts indicate that many of these closures have come from small dealerships in fairly insulated markets. They reason that small, local, rural dealerships have been increasingly unable to support the types of training and services that manufacturers demand from their outlets as technology has advanced. In Wyoming, dealerships employed some 5,600 people in 2014, according to national data, with an average 43 employees for each business. Schmidt said the Douglas shop employs some 20 people. He said some, but not all, of those employees will still have jobs at the Casper location.


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