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Humes Chrysler Jeep® Dodge RAM has been providing customers in Erie and all of Northwest Pennsylvania with the best overall sales and service experience for 75 years.
Blazing the trail for the company began 85 years ago when founder Delbert C. Humes was working on a local farm and delivering its produce out of the trunk of his car to local farmers and Erie residents. The Waterford-based business grew and Humes soon expanded his fleet of trucks, drawing the attention of J.I. Case and Chrysler Motors. By 1946, Humes and his wife, Ruth, had added a franchise that included DeSoto and Plymouth car lines and Case tractors and farm equipment. The Humes sold more tractors than cars in those early years, but in 1962, the company was awarded the Chrysler vehicle line franchise. Robert Humes purchased the dealership from his father in 1973 and added the Dodge truck and car franchises.
Humes is truly committed to helping the community and local charities, sponsoring multiple school athletic, theatrical, and music programs. Financially supporting local volunteer fire departments, food pantries and multiple fundraisers. They personally have organized and chaired fundraisers and capital campaigns for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, the Sisters of St. Joseph Neighborhood Network, Crime Victim’s Center of Erie, the Neighborhood Art House, and the American Heart Association Open Your Heart event.
The whole Humes team is very proud to have received national and even worldwide recognition being selected this past year as Pennsylvania’s Time Magazine Dealer of the Year. Humes also has once again been voted an Erie’s Choice Award-winning dealer for 2020, in addition to being recognized as a Carfax top-performing dealer for 2020, Dealer Rater 2020 Dealer of the Year and achieving the JD Powers Customer First Award For Excellence Award.
Humes is truly customer-driven.
Humes is actively involved in its auto industry and trade associations. Matt is currently the president of the Erie County Auto Association and the vice-chairman of the Pennsylvania Auto Association.