CarHop closes 2 Pennsylvania stores because of COVID-19 pandemic
Economic impacts related to the COVID-19 pandemic forced CarHop to diminish its dealership footprint.
The chain of buy-here, pay-here dealerships recently announced the closure of its two Pennsylvania locations in Carnegie and Pittsburgh. CarHop, which has offered special financing through its network of dealerships since 1996, pointed out its customers still can find service or support options through its website.
“Unfortunately, the effects of COVID-19 and the restrictions on sales have forced us to close operations after eight years in Pennsylvania,” CarHop director of marketing Eric Wanek said.
The company website indicated CarHop still has dealerships in 13 states, including: