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Carvana Moves into Midwest

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Carvana announced its expansion into Columbus, Ohio.

This launch marks the company’s first market in the Midwest region and first in the state of Ohio.

Columbus marks Carvana’s seventh new market launch over the past seven months and 16th market overall.

Carvana also operates stores in: Atlanta, Austin, Birmingham, Charlotte, Dallas, Houston, Jacksonville, Miami, Nashville, Orlando, Raleigh, San Antonio, Tampa, Richmond and Washington D.C.

 

 

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