2015 TIME Dealer of the Year Announced at NADA

In partnership with Ally and in cooperation with the National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA), TIME is proud to present the annual TIME Dealer of the Year award. Andy Crews of AutoFair Honda took home the top award at the NADA Convention & Expo, held this January in San Francisco, CA.

The TIME Dealer of the Year award honors nominees who are not only doing incredible work in their dealerships, but who have also committed themselves to dedicating time and service within their community. TIME, Ally, and NADA honor outstanding new-vehicle dealers across America and their unyielding commitment to improving their communities.

This marked the fourth year Ally has served as the exclusive sponsor. Ally will contribute $10,000 to Andy Crew’s 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization of choice, as well as $5,000 to a charity selected by each of the three regional finalists.

The three regional finalists for the 47th TIME Dealer of the Year award were Greg York of Van York Auto Group, Michael Shannon of Holiday Automotive and Greg Goodwin of Kuni Lexus of Portland. For a complete list of this year’s 55 nominees, or to learn more about dealer heroes, visit AllyDealerHeroes.com.

The NADA Convention & Expo, is the world’s largest international gathering for franchised new-vehicle dealers. The event brings together dealers with executives of major auto manufacturers. In addition, attendees have the opportunity to visit hundreds of exhibitors showcasing the latest equipment, services and technologies, and attend several workshops featuring some of the industry’s top trainers.

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