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CarMax Expands in Maryland

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CarMax Inc. celebrated the grand opening of its first store in the Delmarva Peninsula and 7th store in the state of Maryland.
The store is located at 1801 North Salisbury Boulevard and has the capacity to stock approximately 140 used vehicles. Customers can also request transfers to the Salisbury CarMax of almost any vehicle from other CarMax locations throughout the country.
In celebration of the Salisbury store opening, CarMax Inc. and The CarMax Foundation awarded $8,000 in donations and grants to the Junior Achievement of the Eastern Shore. CarMax associates from the Salisbury store recently volunteered with the nonprofit and nominated it to receive the contributions.

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