Don't let the kid in college fool you, he's a hard-charging GM employee here... Andy comes home for all his breaks and gets right to work! His work ethic makes him an integral part of our team here at Rhinelander Auto Center. While most people his age would jump at the chance for a carefree spring break... Not Andy! First thing Monday morning, he showed up with donuts (he sure does know the way to our hearts...).
Andy in the 2015 St. Patrick's Day Parade
Why do you work here?
"Because I see it as a great opportunity to gain some valuable experience to meet and work with some fantastic people. And because I believe this company is doing great things for the community and I believe in what the company does, and I’m proud to work for Rhinelander Auto Center, because when I sell a car, it makes me happy, it’s no minor undertaking for a financial investment for families. When I see someone is happy with their purchase, it makes me feel accomplished to know I helped them, and that I get to be a part of it."
Where will you be in 5 years?
"Good question, I’m not entirely sure yet. I’d love to work my way into business management in chains, eventually going into franchising and ownership."
First Car: TBD; I have a bike though…
Dream lot car: 2015 Yukon Denali; they are totally different from previous models and have made huge leaps forward in terms of design, technology, refinement, and overall appeal to the mass market.
Favorite Vacation: Trip to Paris in 2011 with Grandmother-the architecture is amazing!
If I could Replay One Day: The day I sold my first car. It was such an exciting day because I wanted to be a sales consultant for a long time. Seeing that my guests were happy was a huge confidence boost and made me understand that what I was doing was bigger than just an accomplishment for myself, it was a service to another person.
If you'd like to be a guest of Andy's you'll have to stop by and see him this summer!