The Chevrolet company might wind up kicking themselves for this in the long run. Marc Heitz, who owns and runs the biggest Chevy dealership in the entire state of Oklahoma decided to sell his business and get away from Chevrolet. Why you may ask? Because the company refused to continue to keep giving the dealership quarterly incentives it would earn by it’s excellent sales. Chevy wants dealerships to look a certain way, even though they are individually owned. I do get they would want their namesake to be kept to a certain standard, but when you have a dealership who is the best in an entire state and the showroom looks amazing then whats the problem?? Read more after the jump.