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Scott Landers, Arkansas Auto Dealer, Has Died


Scott Landers

UPDATE: Landers died suddenly of a heart attack at the age of 35 on Wednesday, Jan. 8.

According to a post on the Steve Landers Auto Group website, he died while duck hunting in Central Arkansas.

Landers graduated from Pulaski Academy in 2002 and attended Arkansas Tech University. He later joined the automotive industry with his father and brother, Steve Landers Jr.

In 2014, he partnered with the Minneapolis, Minn.-based Luther Automotive Group. He grew the partnership to include seven dealerships in Arkansas, Missouri and Oklahoma.

A celebration of life ceremony will be held Tuesday, Jan. 14, at 11 a.m.,  Immanuel Baptist Church in Little Rock.


Scott Landers, a prominent Little Rock auto dealer, has died.

Landers was the vice president at Steve Landers Group and co-owner of Steve Landers Toyota.

Arkansas Money & Politics has not confirmed the cause of death yet. Funeral arrangements are pending.

AMP has reached out to the Landers family for comment.

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