I was in the market for a new truck. Found a truck that met my criteria on Doug Henry's site. I contacted the dealer who responded quickly and was quoted their "one simple price". I replied via email asking for an out the door price which I was promptly provided, again no haggling on price drama free affair. I secured funds from my bank and with check in hand call the salesman to let him know that I have a check for the amount he quoted me and that I would be up to get the truck the next day. I receive a voicemail back that the price he quoted me was wrong, BTW still listed on their site for the same price, and the price was in fact $3000 more than what he had quoted me in writing mind you. So I reached out to the dealership for an explanation, received no call back and no one there would speak to me, I was polite and calm. I was finally able to reach the sales manager Chris who informs me that the discount that was advertised on all of their 2500hd was in fact only supposed to be applied to a truck that cost nearly twice what I was looking at. He went on to tell me that it was just a mistake and that he could not sell me the truck for what his salesman quoted me in writing. It is a very convenient mistake to have ALL of your trucks advertised with a discount that only one actually gets and fail to reveal that until money is ready to change hands. Folks there are numerous chevy dealers in eastern NC who are honest and are willing to honor their advertised prices to earn your business I stringly encourage you to do as I am now going to and take your hard earned money to them and leave these shysters to rot.