A Very Hendrick Holiday Season
The holidays are a time for tradition, decoration and celebration, especially at Hendrick Automotive Group. Although the end-of-year shopping season is the busiest time of year in our dealerships, it’s also one of the most fun. Hendrick Automotive Group teammates went above and beyond to make their stores festive and provide special shopping experiences for customers, and made sure to set aside time to celebrate with each other. They also hosted meaningful events like toy drives, pet adoption campaigns and angel trees to share the magic of the season with the community.
Explore some of our favorite moments from this year’s holiday season below:
Hendrick Toyota Wilmington hosted a workspace decorating competition in December, and they certainly decked the halls! We especially love the computer-turned-fireplace complete with miniature stockings hung with care.
This MINI Clubman is packed with donated toys for Streetwise Georgia, a local organization designed to help struggling families get on their feet and gain independence. Mall of Georgia MINI employees and customers donated all these gifts to share some holiday joy with families in need.
Teammates at Gwinnett Place Honda & Collision Center posed in their holiday sweaters at their last employee appreciation luncheon of the year.
Hendrick Toyota Apex built its own sleigh to carry donations for Toys for Tots underneath a giant tree.
For more than a decade, Jeff Gordon Chevrolet has turned into a winter wonderland for the Wilmington community. The holiday light display is synced with a low frequency radio station and runs the day after Thanksgiving through January 1. The show gets bigger and brighter every year, and all are welcome to drive through the 15-acre dealership and enjoy the holiday magic.
Hendrick Chrysler Jeep teammates in Fayetteville, North Carolina enjoyed showing off their festive sweaters for social media.
Team members from the management office and Hendrick Independence Center sponsored an angel tree to benefit Families Forward Charlotte. Employees purchased holiday gifts and everyday essentials to serve as angels for local families, and also volunteered to wrap and sort donations for the organization.
A Santa Salesman made the rounds at BMW of Kansas City South.
Dealerships partnered with the Charleston Animal Society again to spotlight dogs available for adoption, and arrange for them to be delivered as Christmas surprises from Santa.
Teammates at Mercedes-Benz of Durham tested their wrapping skills in a fun prank for their General Manager, Josh Vaughn. From his phone and family photos on his desk, even to his office chair, each item was individually wrapped with love for this surprise office make over.
How does your company celebrate this special time of year?