Villa Ford Reaches Out Through “Community Connect”

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Villa Ford has a new program called "Villa Ford Community Connect" that supports local athletic associations, universities, high schools, and nonprofit organizations.

Villa Ford has officially launched a program called ‘Community Connect’ to serve as the dealership’s outreach program supporting local athletic associations, universities, high schools and non-profit associations. With a mission statement of ‘Supporting What Makes Us Better’, the program is designed to continue the support of organizations providing education and medical assistance, along with athletic opportunities and entertainment to the surrounding community.

General Manager Scott Wade said this effort to contribute to local schools and organizations that their customers are directly involved with is a reflection of the entire Wilson Automotive Group - of which Villa Ford is a part. “The words of famed statesmen Sir Winston Churchill when he said, ‘We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give,’ sum up the David Wilson corporate spirit,” noted Wade.

The list of those benefiting from Villa Ford ‘Community Connect’ reaches across and beyond Orange County: Los Angeles Angels, Orange County Mustang Club, Concordia University, Villa Park High School Football Boosters, Villa Park High School, Passionately Pink - Susan G. Koman, Lifestream Blood Bank, Buena Park High School, Canyon High School, El Dorado High School, El Modena High School, Esperanza High School, Santa Ana High School, Sierra Preparatory Academy, Yorba Linda Middle School, Christ Lutheran School, Life Without Limits - United Cerebral Palsy of Orange County and Katella High School - Girls’ Basketball

For more information on this program and opportunities to become part of Villa Ford Community Connect, log on and click the Community Connect logo or visit Villa Ford located on 2550 N Tustin Street in Orange County.


ABOUT Wilson Automotive Group:
The David Wilson Automotive Group specializes in the retail sales and service of vehicles and related automotive products and had its beginnings in 1983 when David Wilson, the new general manager of Toyota of Orange, purchased 25% of the dealership. Between 1983 and 1985 sales volume increased from 2,500 vehicles per year to over 8,000 vehicles per year, with their "customer service first" approach quickly resonating with consumers.

Since then the Wilson organization has grown from one Toyota dealership with 90 employees to eight Toyota dealerships, three Lexus dealerships, three Honda dealerships, an Acura dealership, 2 Ford dealerships, a Mazda dealership, and a Volkswagen dealership. - now supporting nearly 2,000 associates. The David Wilson Automotive Group is one of the top ten privately owned automotive groups in the country.

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