Audi recognizes 58 dealers with 2009 Magna Society awards

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May 06, 2010

Source: Audi of America

– Magna program honors the best of the best among all U.S. Audi dealers

– To earn the award, dealers must meet customer service and business objectives

– Magna Society fits alongside Audi dealer plans to spend $1 billion on franchises

HERNDON, Va. – Audi identified its top performing U.S. dealerships throughout 2009, a year that saw the brand and its retail partners gain momentum despite economic challenges.

The 58 Audi dealerships out of 270 operating nationally last year earned the 2009 Magna Society recognition by providing superlative customer service while achieving strong overall business performance.

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.

“The ability of Audi to flourish in these times has been built on sound business practices, a sharper brand identity and the outstanding customer service provided by our best dealers,“ said Mark Del Rosso, Chief Operating Officer, Audi of America. “With the Magna Society we recognize the U.S. dealers who have provided the best examples in 2009.“

The annual Magna Society awards fit with long-range plans established by Audi and its franchise partners to make Audi facilities more exclusive. Between 2003 and 2011, Audi dealers made plans to spend $1 billion on facilities – a level of investment that has changed little amid the current economic downturn. Since 2006, the number of exclusive Audi dealerships has increased 34% to 135 out of 271 overall in the U.S. today. By the end of this year, Audi expects to have 140 exclusive dealerships.

“Commitment like this from dealers shows the excitement generated by the Audi brand and the collection of exceptional motor cars Audi has been introducing in recent years,” said Johan de Nysschen, President, Audi of America. “It is the basis for a very bright future for Audi, its dealer partners and, most of all, customers.”

The 2009 Magna Society award winners listed by state are:


Tom Williams Audi Irondale

Parker Audi Little Rock

Audi Chandler Chandler

Audi North Scottsdale Phoenix

Audi of Downtown L.A. Los Angeles

Hoehn Audi Carlsbad

Rector Audi Burlingame

Rusnak Audi Pasadena

Rusnak/Westlake Audi Thousand Oaks

Stevens Creek Audi San Jose

Walter’s Audi Riverside

Audi of Fairfield Fairfield

Danbury Audi Danbury

Hoffman Audi East Hartford

Audi Melbourne Melbourne

Audi Naples Naples

Reeves Audi Tampa

Jim Ellis Audi Atlanta Atlanta

Carousel Audi Iowa City Iowa City

Continental Audi of Naperville Naperville

Audi of Westmont Westmont

Team Audi Merrillville

Tom Wood Audi Indianapolis

Audi Burlington Burlington

Audi Westwood Westwood

Audi of Rochester Hills Rochester Hills

Delta Audi Grand Rapids

Carousel Audi Minneapolis

Rochester Audi Rochester

Audi West County Ellisville
North Carolina

Flow Audi Winston-Salem

Flow Audi of Greensboro Greensboro

Audi Henderson Henderson
New Hampshire

Audi Stratham Stratham
New Jersey Bell Audi Edison

Flemington Audi Flemington

Paul Miller Audi Parsippany
New York

Atlantic Audi West Islip West Islip

Biener Audi Great Neck

Mohegan Lake Audi Mohegan Lake

Sunnyside Audi Middleburg Heights

White-Allen Audi Dayton

Audi Mechanicsburg Mechanicsburg

Knopf Audi Allentown

Roth Audi Erie

YBH Audi Edgemont
Rhode Island

Inskip Audi Warwick
South Carolina

McDaniels Audi of Charleston Charleston
South Dakota

Graham Audi Sioux Falls

Audi Chattanooga Chattanooga
Momentum Audi Houston

Roger Beasley Audi Austin

Strong Audi Salt Lake City

Audi of Tysons Corner Vienna

Barrier Audi Bellevue

Overturf Audi Kennewick

Audi Wausau Wausau

Car City Audi Eau Claire


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