Holler Hyundai Joins Other Dealers with $50,000 Donation for Pediatric Cancer Research Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children is local recipient
WINTER PARK, Fla. (May 24, 2011) --The need to fund more pediatric cancer research inspires Hyundai dealers nationwide, including Holler Hyundai here in Winter Park, to embrace the "Hope on Wheels" program sponsored by Hyundai USA. For each new Hyundai purchased, dealers donate a portion of the sales price to advance research inspiring hope for new treatments and cures.The Orlando-area Hyundai Dealer Association last week donated $50,000 through Hope on Wheels to the Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children. The grant will be used to support research at the hospital to find a cure for pediatric cancer.
Pediatric patients at the hospital also had the opportunity to leave their handprints in colorful paint on the driver's side panel of a Hyundai Santa Fe donated by Holler Hyundai for the presentation. The vehicle currently is on display at the dealership.
Holler-Classic Expands With Purchase of Prime Dealership Site
WINTER PARK, Fla. (Dec. 16, 2010) -- Holler-Classic today announced the purchase of 26.8 prime acres at Interstate 4 and State Road 46 in Sanford, former site of the Bill Heard dealership. The multimillion-dollar acquisition reinforces the Holler family's commitment to Central Florida with dealerships that provide greater accessibility to residents throughout Seminole and Volusia counties.
Plans are to renovate and upgrade this premier commercial site in keeping with the Holler family's commitment to automotive excellence, said Roger Holler III, vice president of Holler-Classic.
"The Holler and Classic group of dealerships is making another significant investment in Central Florida's economy by purchasing this property," Holler said. "We are rejuvenating the site with significant upgrades and new construction, adding opportunities as each phase of the project is completed."
Renovations and new construction could be completed within a year. Additional details will be announced in the near future.
The prior owner closed the existing dealership in September 2008, resulting in the loss of more than 160 jobs, according to state records. The property has been vacant ever since.
The sale was negotiated by Brad Peterson, managing director of Holliday Fenoglio Fowler L.P., on behalf of lender GE Capital Real Estate.
to Holler Driver's Mart customers the Geib Family for winning a chance
to meet Allstar Weekend at the Radio Disney holiday concert on December
11, 2010 in Celebration!
October Local Heroes Focused on Health, Safety
WINTER PARK, Fla. (Nov. 5, 2010) -- Central Florida community organizations Reynolds' Right Hands and Women Playing for T.I.M.E. received honors as Holler-Classic Heroes in October for their contributions to health and safety of local residents.
Christine Smith (above left), Rosemarie Santorelli. Mickey Reynolds and Tyler Krause (not pictured), founders of Reynolds' Right Hands, were recognized for their work to end distracted driving during the Oct. 23 University of Central Florida football game against the Rice Owls. The organization was formed by students at Crooms Academy in Sanford following the tragic death of beloved teacher Christy Reynolds, who was struck in her vehicle by a driver who was texting while behind the wheel. Reynolds' Right Hands campaigns locally against distracting driving and is urging state legislators to ban texting while driving. J.P. Griffin (pictured left) and Janet Burke took the field during the Oct. 30 UCF football game against the East Carolina Pirates as representatives of hero organization Women Playing for T.I.M.E. This organization has raised nearly $8 million in the Orlando community since 1993 to support the fight against breast cancer. A partner with M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, Women Playing for T.I.M.E. raises funds through regular ?play? activities such as golf, tennis and rowing events.
Holler-Classic is proud to recognize these hometown organizations for their work in promoting healthy, safe lifestyles in Central Florida.
Orlando Nonprofit Founders Honored as Holler-Classic Heroes Organization aims to reduce disease through soap distribution
WINTER PARK, Fla. (Oct. 11, 2010) -- Imagine 6 million bars of soap. That?s how much Paul Till, above left, and Shawn Seipler of Orlando nonprofit Clean the World have distributed to impoverished countries worldwide since 2009. The men were recognized during the Oct. 6 UCF Knights football game as Holler-Classic Heroes.
Clean the World collects, recycles, packages and distributes used soaps and shampoos from hotels and resorts around the United States. Major contributors to the program include Walt Disney World and Harrah's.
Till and Seipler said that Clean the World aims to reduce the spread of disease and promote personal hygiene through their program. Holler-Classic is proud to recognize these hometown heroes and their important work!
Holler-Classic gives back to the community with donations for the Marine Corp. Toys for Tots campaign
Channel 9 news anchor Vanessa Echols and Holler-Classic employee Joey Hermann deliver gifts from Holler-Classic in Celebration for Toys for Tots' annual gift drive.
Audi Recognized Among Top U.S.
of America representative Ian Bolin presents Holler-Classic Automotive
Group executives Roger Holler III and Christopher Holler with an
Automotive News declaration of Classic Audi's induction into the
prestigious Audi Magna Society. From left to right:
Automotive Group Vice President Roger Holler III; Audi of
General Manager Ian Bolin; Holler-Classic Automotive Group Vice
President Christopher Holler.
ORLANDO, Fla. (April 29, 2009) - Audi
of America on Tuesday inducted
Classic Audi of Altamonte
Springs into its prestigious Audi Magna
Society, which recognizes dealership quality and exceptional customer
service. It was one of just 35 Audi dealerships nationwide chosen for
the 2008 society.
Audi established the Magna Society to recognize U.S. dealerships that
stand out as the best of the best. To qualify, dealerships can't just
meet or exceed sales targets. They must also demonstrate they are
maintaining a solid financial foundation, merit high customer
satisfaction scores and show their facilities and staffs represent the
progressive Audi culture.
"Our strong team has made a difference in making us one of the elite
Audi dealerships in the United States," said Classic Audi General
Manager Sunil Prakash. "We also could not have done this without the
support of our customers, especially those with whom we have established
a long-term relationship."
Despite national economic decline, Audi's market share continues to
climb in Orlando and around the country. Audi's aggressive investment in
national television advertising and unveiling of 12 new models for the
2008 and 2009 model years have propelled sales. In 2008, the German
luxury-car manufacturer sold 1 million vehicles worldwide, marking a
13th consecutive year of increased sales and profits.
Classic Audi, located just north of Maitland Boulevard on State Road
434, is a full-service, state-of-the-art dealership owned and operated
by the Holler-Classic Automotive Group. Now in its 71st year
discerning consumers in Central Florida, the Holler-Classic portfolio of
dealerships also includes Chevrolet, Honda, Hummer, Hyundai, and Mazda
brands. For more information, park your mouse at www.hollerclassic.com.