Mr. Crews, who was nominated by the New Hampshire Automobile Dealers Association, was one of 55 nominees for the award. The award is sponsored by Ally Financial, which provides a $10,000 donation to a non-profit chosen by the winner. Mr. Crews was also recognized for his community involvement, which includes the American Cancer Society’s CEOs Against Cancer, Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce, The Live Free or Die Alliance, and Manchester’s Make the Grade program. Mr. Crews spends a great deal of time volunteering and has worked with the Boys & Girls Clubs, animal shelters and food banks. Since joining AutoFair in 2006, he has helped it grow from three dealerships to seven.
Mr. Crews said of the award: “It’s a huge honor. You’ve got a lot of guys and women that have done just an amazing job and been very dedicated to our industry and their communities. For me it was an honor just to be nominated. I never in a million years thought I’d be selected. It literally took my breath away. This is a direct reflection on the team and employees of AutoFair. There’s a lot of personal time that I’m able to put into the community because of the hard work and dedication of my employees.”
The New England Council congratulates Andy Crews and AutoFair on this honor.
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