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Who are we?

BDS Dealer Pros began in 1996 as a one man operation, specializing in automotive cloth, vinyl, and leather repairs. Since then, we have grown to the largest automotive detail and reconditioning company in central NC. Our customers include Leith Inc, Fred Anderson, Valley Auto World, Bryan Honda, Sir Walter Chevrolet and many other high volume franchise dealerships. Our team of over 120 employees and large network of service providers is our greatest asset.

What do we do?

We provide franchise auto dealers with the highest quality, quickest,and most consistent detail and reconditioning services available.

Why do we do what we do?

BDS Dealer Pros is committed to raising the level of professionalism in our industry by giving opportunities for our employees to excel so that our customers receive truly excellent services.

Why do dealerships partner with us?

Auto dealerships are under pressure to sell and service vehicles, which is their core business. The detail and reconditioning departments require a lot of manpower and management. The expense and headache associated with hiring, training, scheduling, and managing a team of employees can be overwhelming. Material costs, employee benefits, and fluctuating volume poses challenges that most dealers find frustrating, if not impossible to solve. Many dealers in today’s market have figured out that it’s easier and more efficient to outsource these departments to specialists. This way, the dealership can focus on their core business and let us handle the important job of maintaining the appearance of their inventory.

BDS Dealer Pros’ Core Values


By our professional conduct, communication, and appearance we build character and legitimize the automotive reconditioning industry.


Commitment to providing the highest Quality in every service, every day.


Leadership by example.


We take charge, set clarity, structure, define, measure, focus, and execute, all in a timely manner.


Achieving our goals together.

How we work ( The 3 A’s)

1. Accountability

Our leaders take responsibility for the performance of their team. They know what their job is and they are accountable for the outcome.

2. Awareness

Our managers use on-site personal measurement alongside our internet driven tools and software to stay aware on an hourly basis of the performance of their team. This awareness is integral to success.

3. Action

By being accountable and aware our managers can take the most appropriate action. Like a quarterback calling plays on the field, a good manager will see the current situation and make the proper adjustments to move the ball across the goal line.

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