Jim and Winston first discuss how business has been for Pittman Enterprises. Winston says that in order for his dealer group to become more manageable for himself and his son, he reduced his holdings in Ohio and Kentucky, to a few stores in South Carolina and Georgia all within 30 minutes of one another.
The pair then tackle the impact that COVID-19 has had on the dealer group. According to Winston, the last time he saw this much volatility in the market, Jimmy Carter was president and interest rates were at 22%. However, Winston never had any intention of closing his doors or dismissing his staff.