Toys for Tots program back in full swing
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The resurgence of the Las Vegas Running Team continued its rapid climb recently at Findlay Chevrolet with a 5K race that started and ended at the dealership at 6800 S. Torrey Pines Drive.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. And fighting breast cancer is a cause close to Chapman Warm Springs General Sales Manager Lawrence Ennis’ heart. That’s why every Saturday his staff, from managers to sales representatives, wears pink for what Ennis has dubbed “Pink Saturdays.”
It’s interesting that a 50-year-old brand that sells in relatively limited quantities continues to garner such massive interest. Chalk it up to the magic of the Mustang, a car that first saddled-up back in 1964. Now, a half-century later, the public still won’t let go of the reins.
Arthur Okosi is a Park Place Infiniti sales manager with an easy smile and musical accent. Reach out for that first warm handshake and it’s easy to see why he is so successful at both selling cars and managing key aspects of the local dealership’s business.
Monaliza Pence arrived in Ohio from the Philippines in 2005 looking for a new life. Two years later, she was in Las Vegas. Not long after arriving, the energetic Pence started selling cars for Findlay Toyota and she hasn’t looked back since.
The fourth Fall Paws for the Cause adoption event will invade Friendly Ford Saturday, Oct. 25 and long-time dealership employee Geri Bich will be first in line for a new kitten following the death May 16 of her long-time feline friend Murphy.
For traveling in style and comfort at an affordable price, the tried-and-true four-door sedan trumps just about anything else on the road. For years the Toyota Camry has been one of the principal pack leaders in this segment, but being on top doesn’t automatically guarantee success.
Henderson Hyundai Superstore, a family owned and operated car dealership, has
LAS VEGAS – Park Place Infiniti is a proud sponsor of the fourth annual Blow Out Breast Cancer event, presented by the Smiles for Survivors™ foundation and Square Colour Salon and Spa.
General Motors is recalling more than 60,000 vehicles in North America. The recalls are Pontiac G8s from the 2008 through the 2009 model years and 2011-2013 model Chevrolet Caprice PPV left-hand-drive sedans imported from Australia and 10,005 Cadillac CTS-V sedans from the 2004-2007 and 2006-2007 model Cadillac STS-Vs.
The 2015 Acura TLX is the latest home run hit by American Honda Motor Co. And Findlay Acura Internet manager Zachary Barnes is among those who can testify about the vehicle’s instant popularity.
Centennial Hyundai sales consultant Curtis Hardy sold a 2014 Elantra to Las Vegas chiropractor Dr. Julie Quan in July. Little did he know then that Quan’s purchase would lead to his being named for Customer Service Excellence by the Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce about two months later.
Lexus of Las Vegas is proud to announce its sponsorship of “Sizzler on the Roof,” an extraordinary evening of entertainment, fine cuisine and sparkling libations Oct. 8 from 7 to 10 p.m. at the open-air lounge atop the Downtown Grand Hotel and Casino.
To say that 55-year-old Mike Weaver is a fan of the Ford truck would be a big understatement.
Automotive sales have been hot and one of the hottest segments is that of the compact luxury wagon.
As a Western High School sophomore in April 1977, Rob Mancini was an aspiring athlete who had suffered a shoulder injury. Knowing that his athletic career was in jeopardy, he walked across Bonanza Road and applied for a job with Friendly Ford.
Size really matters if you’re a Mini owner who needs to comfortably carry more than an adult driver and a passenger. That’s where the Mini Hardtop 4 Door that arrives later this year can offer assistance.
Drivers are invited to support the Public Education Foundation by test driving the new 2015 Lincoln MKC during Findlay Lincoln’s Driven to Give event Saturday. For each test drive, a $100 contribution will be donated to the Public Education Foundation.
“Think Small” was the advertising catch phrase used to promote the Volkswagen Beetle in the 1950s. Today, “Think Small Engines” could easily be used as Ford’s slogan, especially for the 2015 Edge.
Southern Nevada businesswoman Kim Mallory has purchased her third Hyundai, this time selecting 2014 Sonata from Planet Hyundai 7150 W. Sahara Ave.
Chapman Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ram and Chapman Chrysler Jeep have created The Jeeping Giant character to embody their position as the No. 1 seller of Jeeps in Nevada history.
You might say that Planet Hyundai sales agent Christy Cloutier has become an unofficial part of Loren Minnick’s family, considering that she sold the Minnick family six Hyundais in three years.