Community service is core to Third Set’s DNA. 

The dealerships we operate serve their communities with the highest standards of fairness and integrity, maintain and enhance the images of the brands we sell and service, and provide our employees excellent places to build their careers.


Before he owned his first dealership, our CEO, Hal Logan, co-founded the W. E. B. DuBois Society, an Atlanta-based non-profit dedicated to celebrating academic achievement among African-American high school students.  Later, he served for 12 years on the board of directors of Learning Ally, a national nonprofit that helps students who struggle to read achieve their full potential.  


Third Set’s Chief Operating Officer, Justin LeGrand-Logan, is a natural born teacher, mentor, and coach. Prior to forging a career in the automotive industry, Justin was the Assistant GM of the Hardwood Palace in Rocklin, CA. At this 60,000 sq ft sports and events center, Justin leaned on his background in athletics to develop sports camps and leagues for children ages 6 and up. Serving as an organizer, trainer, and coach, his passions for athletics and children combined to create opportunities and avenues for health, fitness, confidence and scholarships. Later he held the Program Director position for the W.E.B. DuBois Society, serving as the mentor to the mentors, and the liaison between Atlanta Public Schools and the academic enrichment programs created by the DuBois Society to acknowledge and recognize high achieving students. He is currently the Men's Ministry Director at Covenant Church in Berkley, CA where his 100 Men In Suits initiative's mission is to empower men spiritually, professionally, financially and socially by building self-esteem and self-discipline, through education and fellowship, in preparation for a lifetime of success.

TSP looks forward to being a proactive partner of both time and resources in the communities we will call home.