Lee Terry Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Lee Raymond Terry (born January 29, 1962) is a former American politician and a senior law firm adviser. From 1999 to 2015, he served as a member of the U.S. House of Representatives for Nebraska's 2nd congressional district as a member of the Republican Party. Since 2015, Terry reactivated his law license and is a senior adviser to the government relations and public group for the international
Sales Representative (Former Employee) says"Being that everyone says a great place to work they are wrong generally saying everything you are doing Is wrong no Inventory of used cars and lack of people buying cars all I can say never looking back what a joke."
Parts Specialist (Former Employee) says"over all, I would not recommend it to anyone, to many chiefs and not nearly enough Indians. everyone is always looking to throw you under the bus every chance. Cons: Dont do it"
Senior Service Advisor (Former Employee) says"A lot of long hours and six day work week is not unusual. Company is young and still struggling to overcome some of the same problems since the beginning."
Sales Consultant (Former Employee) says"Terry Lee has a good reputation, as does Hyundai. Was there right at the start so I feel there were quite a few growing pains. Division of leads was terrible. 13 sales and 1 or 2 people would get majority of the leads. There was a bit of a bait and switch when it would come to the promises. Was told I would be making 50 - 80 thousand a year. Was no where remotely close. Other than that it was a good place to work. Staff was for the most part friendly and fun to be around. Great opportunity for someone well established in the industry. Cons: division of leads"