Mission Statement:
Grubbs Infiniti will serve our customers beyond their expectations at purchase and throughout ownership. We will ensure that our customers experience the Grubbs difference in our services, products, and processes. We will achieve this through professionalism, integrity, and commitment.

The Grubbs Family has been involved in the automobile business since 1948 when Hubert Grubbs sold used automobiles in front of his grocery store in Dallas. Hubert later went on to open a used car lot and then a Dodge dealership in Dallas during the early 1950’s.

George Grubbs soon followed in his father’s footsteps after graduating from SMU. He and his wife, Jeanne, moved to Roswell, New Mexico, to start their own used car dealership and later a Volkswagen dealership. George firmly established what would become an ongoing family tradition. As far as George was concerned, anyone could sell a car, but to make his dealership truly stand apart and above the rest, he sought to completely satisfy his customers’ needs. This “customer first” philosophy would be passed down for generations to come.

George and Jeanne’s sons, George Jr. and Eric, literally grew up in the car business. The boys’ first home was a trailer on the lot of their parents’ dealership. When George Jr. and Eric were young, their automotive careers began at the bottom—washing cars at their father’s dealership. Through the years, George Jr. and Eric both worked in every department, holding positions in the service, parts, finance, pre-owned vehicle and new vehicle departments. Both graduated from SMU.

The earlier success of the Roswell dealership had enabled George Grubbs to purchase a larger dealership in Waco, Texas, in 1968. Then in 1971, fresh out of college, George Grubbs, Jr. was chosen by Volkswagen to open a brand new Volkswagen dealership in Corpus Christi, Texas. They both were very successful as Volkswagen dealers. They felt that their early success provided a firm foundation for the family to expand operations to a larger dealership in the Dallas/ Fort Worth market.

Soon, the Grubbs sensed a shift in consumer preferences toward the sporty new cars from Japan. This was a real milestone in the Grubbs family automotive history and marked the beginning of larger operations in Dallas and Fort Worth.  George and George Jr. sold their respective Volkswagen dealerships to become partners in 1976 to build and operate a new Datsun (Nissan) dealership in Bedford, Texas, a growing area just west of the new Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. The Grubbs family was chosen from a large number of applicants to be the dealer representative and within a few years their Nissan dealership went on to rival larger dealerships across America.  Due to its overall success, the dealership has undergone numerous remodeling expansions over the years with a complete update occurring in 2007.

In 1985, the Grubbs family added a Chrysler/Plymouth dealership to the Bedford location, after which in 1999, Grubbs was awarded a Jeep franchise at the same location.  That same year, they were chosen to open a Lincoln-Mercury dealership in Duncanville, Texas, and soon after Mazda was added to serve the southern Dallas market.

In 1989 the Grubbs family purchased a large dealership operation in Fort   Worth which included Mercedes-Benz, Range Rover, and Oldsmobile. Shortly after that they were chosen among many applicants to be the dealer representative for the brand new Infiniti franchise as a charter dealer and the first in Texas.  George Grubbs Jr. took over sole ownership of Grubbs Infiniti and in 1998 he moved it to Euless where he built the largest Infiniti dealership in the United   States at the time.

George III, a graduate of Baylor University, is now the Executive Manager and a Partner of Grubbs Infiniti. Like his father, he also worked in every department of the dealership before assuming operational control of the business. Together with his team, George III has been a multiple year winner of the Infiniti Award of Excellence – Infiniti’s highest award for customer satisfaction.  George III is committed to carrying on the family mission of providing the highest level of service to the customer.

The Grubbs family has owned many franchises together.  They currently own two dealership locations in the Dallas and Fort Worth market. Eric Grubbs serves as dealer and owner of Grubbs Nissan in Bedford, Texas. George Grubbs, Jr. and George Grubbs, III serve together as owners of Grubbs Infiniti in Euless, Texas.  Over the last sixty years the Grubbs family has also been dealers for Volkswagen, Mercedes-Benz, Lincoln/Mercury, Mazda, Range Rover, Oldsmobile, Dodge, Subaru, Audi, Porsche, and Plymouth.  They have won multiple awards from each manufacturer for excellence in serving their customers and in dealership facilities. Additionally, George Grubbs, Jr. was a recipient of the Time Magazine Award for dealership excellence. The family has now sold over 200,000 vehicles in the Dallas and Fort Worth area and continues to enjoy a reputation for integrity and family values.