D-Patrick Boonville Ford shortlisted for Ford Motor Company President’s Award for fifth time in six years


BOONVILLE, Indiana (WEHT) – D-Patrick Boonville Ford was recently selected as the recipient of the Ford Motor Company President’s Award, marking the fifth time in six years that the dealership has won the accolade.

The President’s Award recognizes Ford and Lincoln dealerships who are committed to consistently providing exceptional sales, service and vehicle ownership experiences to their customers. According to a press release, only a few hundred of more than 3,000 Ford dealerships across the country receive the award each year.

“The President’s Award signifies our gratitude to dealerships who go above and beyond the day-to-day tasks and make a difference for their customers,” said Frederick Toney, vice president of Ford’s customer service division. “We reward our dealers for their exceptional commitment to our customers, because just as Ford strives to provide the highest quality products and technology to its customers, our dealers share the same passion for delivering a world-class experience in vehicle sales and service.

Tony Toomey, General Manager of Sales at D-Patrick Boonville Ford, said, “We pride ourselves on giving every customer the best car buying and car ownership experience they’ve ever had. We want them to tell all their friends about us. Winning the President’s Award five out of six years is a great achievement and a testament to the D-Patrick Boonville Ford culture. We are 100% committed to creating the ultimate car buying experience. We constantly strive to exceed expectations and are committed to ensuring that everyone who visits us has all their questions answered, finds the exact vehicle they’ve been looking for, and leaves with a smile on their face. That’s the attitude our team at D-Patrick Boonville Ford has every day. We want to help you find the perfect vehicle to meet your budget and your needs.

D-Patrick Boonville Ford was informed that he ranked first among all Ford dealerships in his regional grouping.


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