Dynamic Diesel grows staff, facility
Dyanamic Diesel Inc. has added three employees since its owners purchased a larger facility in Sparks.
The company, which handles repairs for light- to medium-duty gasoline and diesel pickups and trucks, moved to a 27,000-square-foot facility on two acres at 2080 E. Greg St.
Kevin and Malinda Campbell, who founded the firm in 2006, financed the acquisition with an SBA 504 loan package through Nevada State Development Corp. and Heritage Bank.
Malinda Campbell said the company’s previous location, which is rented, was about half the space of the new locations.
“We were spending more than $40,000 a year in man hours just moving vehicles in and out because we didn’t have enough operating room. Now we have the space, enough parking and have the security of a fence around our property,” she said.
She said the new location also provides better exposure for the company than its previous location on Coney Island Drive in Sparks.
The loan package was developed by Greg McKay of Nevada State Development Corp. and Barry Collier of Heritage Bank.
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