The Hall family has a longstanding history in the auto industry spanning more than four decades. In 1974, Gerry Hall opened the first Hall dealership in Fargo, North Dakota, and he and his wife Pam successfully served the Fargo area until they moved to Tyler in 2004. Gerry has served on the National GMC Dealer Council, the NADA Executive Committee, the National Dealer Council for GM Fleet and Commercial Operations, and as a GMC representative with the American Truck Dealers Association.
Pam graduated with a degree in Microbiology, but she soon realized that her love for interacting with people would never be satisfied in the laboratory. In 1975, she began selling heavy duty trucks and eventually became General Manager of their Fargo dealership. The General Motors Women's Initiative Program, designed to help qualified women in the auto industry become dealers, selected Pam as a candidate in 2003. She and Gerry moved to Tyler in 2004 and opened a Buick, Pontiac, GMC, Isuzu, Volvo dealership.
Over the years, the Halls have developed two dealerships, one for Buick and GMC vehicles and one for medium and heavy duty trucks. Hall Truck Center and Hall Buick GMC in Tyler support many charitable organizations and causes, particularly Texas Wounded Warriors and American Cancer Society. Pam has served on the Advisory Board of the Women's Retail Initiative, the General Motors Fleet and Commercial Advisory Board, multiple boards in East Texas, and as an elected representative to the American Truck Dealers Association. She is also a certified Texas HUB Dealer.