Pieter Van Der Griend Motorcycle Accident – It is anticipated that the first dealership will open in the Stouffville car center at the beginning of the month of August. The new Stouffville Hyundai dealership will be between 13,500 and 14,000 square feet in size and will provide customers with both new and pre-owned Hyundai automobiles. “(Our product range) will take care of the younger person who has to take care of their budget and the older person who has money but is budget conscious,” said Pieter van der Griend, co-dealer principal of Stouffville Hyundai.
“(Our product range) will also take care of the older person who has money but is budget conscious.” The other co-dealer principle is a man named Joe Zanchin. The facility is being built with consideration for the natural environment, in keeping with the company’s well-known reputation for the fuel economy and value of its vehicles. NEven though it will not be LEED certified, it will feature a lot of natural lighting and a technology that “senses where people are and turns off lighting accordingly,” according to Mr. van der Griend.
According to Mr. van der Griend, the lighting as well as the heating and cooling systems may even be altered from a remote location. Because of the varied population that resides in the Whitchurch-Stouffville area, Hyundai made the decision to open a dealership at the brand new auto mall located at the intersection of Highway 48 and Millard Street. The car dealership will initially recruit 11 to 12 workers to fill a variety of roles, including customer service, sales, and maintenance.
According to Mr. van der Griend, the number of employees will increase to between 16 and 18 once a year or two has passed. He remarked, “We’re looking first and foremost to the local community (for staff),” which is an indication that this is our primary focus. “We would like to contribute to the well-being of the neighborhood as well as the economy.”