WEST ALLIS, WI, August 22, 2017 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Wilde Toyota, Milwaukee's largest volume dealership for 28 consecutive years, continues a multiyear series of recognition for distinction in customer service and community outreach.
Locally, Wilde Toyota has earned the 2017 Best of West Allis Award in the Auto Dealers category by the West Allis Award Program, which recognizes local businesses that enhance and impact the community through outstanding service and involvement. In addition, Wilde Toyota has recently won the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel's 2017 Top Choice Award for best automotive dealership in the greater Milwaukee area to purchase a new vehicle.
For the 15th time, Wilde Toyota has received Toyota's highest accolade--the President's Award--honoring Toyota dealerships that excel in all facets of operations and go above and beyond to represent the best of the best. Also, for the fifth year, Wilde Toyota's Service Department has accepted Toyota's Customer First Advisory Board Award, recognizing the top 50 parts, service and customer satisfaction dealerships across the nation.
"At Wilde Toyota, we take pride in delivering excellent service and continuously strive to find opportunities to get involved in our community," said Wilde Toyota General Manager Joe Zanella. "We are honored that our humble efforts have been recognized, and we look forward to continuing to foster an environment where our team is encouraged to give back."About the Wilde Automotive Group
, located at 3225 S. 108th St. in West Allis, is a full-service Toyota dealer and member of the Wilde Automotive Group. The Wilde Automotive Group
is a family-owned and operated business, founded by Harold L. Wilde. His automotive career began in 1945 in Michigan, where he opened a two-man used vehicle sales operation. Today, the Wilde Automotive Group has grown to include 12 dealerships in Wisconsin and Florida, with more than 700 employees. Harold Wilde's legacy continues under the leadership of his wife, CEO Mary Ann Wilde; his son Mark Wilde, president; Pat Donahue, vice president; CFO Sharon Bloom; and Harold's daughter, Tracie Pierce, director of marketing. For more information, please visit: wildeauto.com