Kerbeck No More — Atlantic City Car Dealerships Sold to Ciocca
One of the largest family names in car sales in the Atlantic City area has sold their dealerships.
According to a press release, the Ciocca Dealerships group has acquired Kerbeck Chevrolet Buick GMC of Atlantic City, Kerbeck Cadillac of Atlantic City, and Kerbeck Corvette. All three dealerships are located on Albany Avenue in Atlantic City, across the street from Sandcastle Stadium and Bader Field.
If the Ciocca name sounds familiar, they purchased Kerbeck's Subaru dealership on the Black Horse Pike at Route 9 in Pleasantville just a few months ago.
In a statement, Ciocca CEO and founder Gregg Ciocca said, "We are very pleased to announce the company's expansion into the Atlantic City market. Everyone is excited to become involved in the community and meet our new customers and team members in Atlantic City. The energy and growth in this area made this an exciting opportunity to add to our family of dealerships."
According to GMauthority.com, Kerbeck Corvette has been the largest dedicated Corvette dealership for almost three decades. That website reports Kerbeck sold nearly 900 Corvettes in 2020, making it the largest Corvette dealer by sales volume on earth.
"It's an iconic acquisition, once in a lifetime," Ciocca said to Automotive News.
Ciocca owns numerous dealerships across Pennsylvania, including in Quakertown, West Chester, Allentown, and other cities; in New Jersey, they own Ciocca Chevrolet of Princeton and Mercedes-Benz of Flemington.
F.C. Kerbeck continues to sell upscale brands of cars in Palmyra, including Bentley, Aston Martin, and Lamborghini.