Even as they are operating in a challenging environment where customers and employees are staying home and the rules of operation change every day, auto dealers across the country are pitching in and doing their best to help their communities weather the pandemic.
“You do it to try to help your community. You do it primarily because it’s of interest to you and helps a group of people, and thereby helps the community. The stronger your community, the better off everyone is and the better our business is.”
Today’s automotive dealership experience is nothing like the traditional, old-fashioned car-buying process that our parents and grandparents experienced.
Looking for a rewarding, well-paying career with plenty of opportunity for advancement in one of the nation’s fastest growing and evolving industries of the last century? Drive straight to your local new-car dealership.
In a new MyDealership.org video, ATD Chairwoman Jodie Teuton discusses the importance of dealerships to their local communities as employers offering well-paying career opportunities and generating taxes to support local and state governments.
With demographics set to transform the face of America, the automobile industry is continuing to explore how dealers and automakers tackle the internal issue of how best to advance minority and women dealers and dealership managers and encourage diversity.
MyDealership.org is an initiative by America’s local new car and truck dealerships, designed to show the benefits of local dealerships to consumers, local communities, and car manufacturers.