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CarMax Adds Another Texas Store

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CarMax Inc. is celebrating the grand opening of the company’s first location in the Tyler area and 17th location in the state of Texas. The store is located at 3015 SSW Loop 323 and has the capacity to stock approximately 140 used vehicles. In celebration of the Tyler store opening, CarMax and The CarMax Foundation awarded $7,500 in donations and grants to the Tyler Independent School District Foundation. Support for this organization came at the recommendation of the Tyler CarMax associates.
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