Jerry and Kevin will also connect you with our network of CarProUSA Certified Dealers around the country who will give you our exclusive treatment.
You will have every confidence in being treated fairly from the moment you walk in the door to receiving the keys and driving off in your new vehicle.
With over 35 years in the automotive industry, much of it as a successful dealer, host Jerry Reynolds is a trusted source of automotive news, insider insight, and new car reviews. His mission is to educate consumers about the car buying process and provide them with the latest information, so listeners can make the best car buying decision for them.
A former high-profile Ford dealer, Jerry has the first-hand inside scoop on what really happens behind the scenes at a dealership along with tips and advice on how to handle the second biggest purchase most people make.
Long-time radio veteran Kevin McCarthy has been Jerry's trusty sidekick on the CarProUSA Show since day one. Before radio his first passion was cars and now he is every bit as passionate about educating car buyers as Jerry is.
In radio since his teens, Kevin has spent his entire career as a radio host. A 5-time winner of "Best Talk Show Host in Texas", he was also the Public Address announcer for the Dallas Mavericks for 20 years.
Our friendly call screener, Blake, grew up a citizen of the world with stints in both England and Scotland. Happily back in Texas, he is a super fan of Texas pro sports. One thing he doesn't like about Texas is the traffic, so if his dream superpower came true, he'd fly right over it. In the meantime, he'll settle for making his specialty- steak with mushrooms and onions and sharing it with his wife and young daughter.
No matter where you listen to the CarProUSA Show or which station you listen to, you have five hours to call in and ask your questions. We take calls every Saturday from 9 AM to 2 PM Central time, 7 AM to Noon Pacific. Check out the full CarProUSA Schedule at stations around country below.
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