We all know the motto. Heard it 100 instances in between "forty minute music marathons" and mouthed it 100 extra within the bathe, office stairwell, or train, however in the case of dedication to neighborhood, Gary Barbera actually is one of the best (boy I suppose).
The Gary Barbera family of dealerships has grown because it first opened in Philadelphia and with every car, SUV and truck offered, has grown nearer to the neighborhood. With two dealerships, Gary Barbera Chryslerland and Gary Barbera Chevyland, and four brands (Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep and Chevrolet), Barbera has seen consistent progress and have even obtained recognition from Chrysler LLC for being primary in sales in the Mid-Atlantic region.
This success is equaled only by their charitable contributions to the Philadelphia space. Gary Barbera has been supporting local charities for over 10 years and this support is the cornerstone of the dealership's values, principles and devotion to help and serve their customers beyond the acquisition of a car. Both as a personal and corporate citizen, Gary Barbera has contributed to a number of child support organizations such as the Autism Society of America, Northern House for Youngsters, and St. Vincent's Home for Youngsters. Barbera himself has additionally served on the board and supported the West Philadelphia High College Automotive Program. Gary Barbera Autogroup was additionally a title sponsor for the 24th Annual Archbishop Ryan Golf Outing. Barbera (class of 1982) also personally donated $20,000 to the event whose proceeds go in the direction of scholarships for needy youth.
But the Barbera household has provided support past the small arms of children. This yr, Gary Barbera reached out to Philadelphia's most interesting and helped to boost money for the household of slain police officer, Sergeant Stephen Liczbinski. He additionally contributed to the reward for info that in the end led to the seize of the ultimate suspect.
These contributions haven't gone unnoticed and this yr Gary Barbera was acknowledged by the Susquehanna Community Festival Board of Administrators as a Corporate and Group Champion, named PhillySport Journal's 2007 Supplier of the Yr, and has acquired commendations from the City of Philadelphia and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for his work in the neighborhood and integrity in enterprise.
It appears as if Gary Barbera's dedication to his clients has spilled into his neighborhood. Is Barbera the perfect? Emphatically, Yes!