At Turan-Foley Motors, we take being a family-owned-and-operated dealership seriously. We haven’t grown to be the success we are, with over 50 years of doing business, without realizing that our staff members should be treated like family. It’s our philosophy that their success—that your success-- is just as important as the businesses’.
Every new employee that walks through our door is an opportunity for us all to grow and learn. For that reason, education is a key focus for all staff. Our employees are cross-trained to provide the best care to customers and also to grow within their own careers. For employees who are also students, we offer flexible scheduling, which encourages the pursuit of continued education. Indeed, many of our current employees have risen through the ranks after either completing a degree while working with us or empowering themselves by developing their in-dealership roles.
We’re focused on the employee’s work experience. Because we’re not a corporate culture, you’re more likely to find us laughing together, sharing lunches, and spending time together after hours on weekends. We believe that an employee’s time with us is worth celebrating and that includes retirement parties, birthday events, holiday traditions and the occasional weekend outing!
Respecting our employees’ dignity and recognizing their hard work is more than just a business philosophy. It’s the right thing to do. So, come join us. Be part of our family.
“Crystal began at the dealership eleven years ago as a receptionist, a job at which she excelled for several years. When the industry began moving to a model including a business development call center, she was the obvious choice to help oversee it. Over the last five years, she has also become an integral part of our marketing strategy sessions, has grown the BDC to double its employee-size with it accounting for 40% of our monthly sales.”
“Wayne came to work at the dealership in 1994, working in the Parts Department, but soon moved to the Service Advisor position. He was successful in that position, becoming a more than dependable salesperson in the service lane and was a natural choice for the Service Manager role when the outgoing manager retired two years ago.”
“Shea moved from Ohio with little auto sales experience, but was hired on to work as an assistant to our most successful sales person. Her natural personality and ease with customers made her an ideal fit for the Service BDC when it became a mandated component of our dealership. Her role was then expanded to be our overall operation’s Customer Service Director.”
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