Does anyone have insight as to why the Twin Cities doesn't have an official Ferrari dealership? Was there ever such a dealership at any point in time? It seems strange to me that Minnesota doesn't have one, maybe more so than any other US city (St. Louis and Pittsburgh have reasonable cases but aren't quite as compelling). The region is now over 4 million in population, has lots of high end corporate management jobs, lawyers, doctors, medical professionals, airline pilots, and other white collar jobs that would seem to support a dealer. While Minneapolis isn't Miami and St. Paul isn't Silicon Valley as far as a Ferrari market, it is certainly at or above where Salt Lake City, Portland, Columbus, and San Antonio are in that regard-all of which have dealers. I think of Denver as it's closest peer city in a lot of ways, and they have one as well. Finally, it's not like Chicago's just down the road either in terms of convenience. There's not a single dealer between Chicago and Denver, which is a bit strange in and of itself, although I know there used to be one somewhere in the St. Louis suburbs, so there's a catchment area to be served-a theoretical Ferrari of Minneapolis would likely draw from Minnesota, the Dakotas, Iowa, parts of Wisconsin, Kansas, Nebraska and Missouri, and perhaps even Manitoba. Think MSP, Kansas City, Winnipeg, Omaha, Des Moines, Fargo, Sioux Falls, Rochester, and Duluth as city markets. I guess that's the case for one. Against the idea is that the Upper Midwest isn't a flashy place where Ferrari might not sell nearly as well per capita. Furthermore, I'd expect that the Chicago dealers derive a nice chunk of business from what would be the markets that a theoretical Ferrari of Minneapolis would serve and don't like the idea. Finally, is Ferrari NA just not interested in opening new dealers period?