For nearly 70 years, Parks Superior Sales has been selling and servicing the Funeral Car industry. Like most family businesses, it was a struggle in the beginning working out of a small building and a home office. Being on the road everyday going from Funeral Home to Funeral Home showing vehicles and building relationships and most importantly TRUST with customers has been the foundation of their business since day one. Parks Superior Sales started off very small with a desire to make their business a success. In the beginning, Wilbur Parks, the founder was a one man band handling sales & service. A few years later, Bob Parks came into the business to help his father get the business on its feet. They were a Father & Son team on the road every day, traveling to Funeral homes up and down the East Coast, building relationships and selling & servicing their vehicles, one customer at a time. Today, nearly 70 years later and still family run, Parks Superior Sales has evolved into one of the largest volume Funeral Car Dealerships in the country. The dealership sits on nearly 7 acres, and is 100% dedicated to just the Funeral Car industry. You can see and feel their passion when you speak with Michael Parks, who now runs the business.
"Funeral Cars are not a side line business for us, funeral cars are our business and our passion. To this day our foundation still remains. We want our customers to TRUST us AND the vehicles we sell & service! We are not looking to sell a customer just once, we want a relationship with our customers and want to be able to service them for many cars to come".
Michael invites you to come to Parks Superior Sales and see firsthand, the massive selection of New & Pre-Owned vehicles for sale, and to see their state of the art service department and body shop. More importantly, he wants you to meet his TEAM at Parks Superior Sales, they are the people who set Parks Superior apart from other dealers. Please call at 800-229-5008 if you cannot stop by.
"70 years later, we are still taking care of our customers, one customer at a time."