Dealers featured this week include Rick Hamilton of Hamilton Nissan in Hagerstown, Md.; Anthony Borelli, president of Pleasantville Ford in New York; George Grubbs Jr., dealer principal of Grubbs Infiniti in Grapevine, Texas; Tom Seeger, dealer principal of Seeger Toyota in St. Louis; Kurt Koch, dealer principal of Koch 33 Toyota in Easton, Pa.; Alan Teffertiller, owner of Teffertiller Motors in McLeansboro, Ill.; Ted Chapman, CEO of Chapman BMW Chandler in Arizona; Harris Wildstein and Chip Ott, dealer principals of Hamilton Mazda in Hamilton Square, N.J.; and Randy Wise, dealer principal of Randy Wise Chevrolet in Flint, Mich.
Automotive retailers must go beyond a business-as-usual approach to deliver unparalleled, healthy experiences.
The top 150 battled a nationwide sales decline last year. Among the biggest of the big, most held their spots.
On March, 19 Todd Caputo decided to close his four Syracuse-area stores, a day before the state would have made that decision for him.
Automakers have begun manufacturing much needed ventilators, respirators and protective gear to combat the coronavirus, but more should be done immediately.