Honda of Kirkland earns top award

American Honda Motor Co., Inc. recently announced Honda of Kirkland as a recipient of the 2008 Honda President's Award.

American Honda Motor Co., Inc. recently announced Honda of Kirkland as a recipient of the 2008 Honda President’s Award. The award is presented to top ranking Honda dealerships across the country and recognizes excellence in all areas of operation ­ customer service, sales, training, and facility operation. This is the second time Honda of Kirkland has earned this prestigious award.

More than 1,000 Honda automobile dealerships participate in the President’s Award program annually. Each year, award objectives are established to

inspire dealerships to achieve even higher levels of customer satisfaction. This year, 157 dealerships achieved these objectives and ranked to merit

Honda’s highest honor.

“Earning the Honda President’s Award takes a team of dedicated professionals unwavering in its pursuit of superb customer care,” said Richard Colliver, executive vice president, Automotive Sales. “We are proud to recognize Honda of Kirkland as one of our Honda elite. See for yourself what a difference working with a Honda award-winning dealership can make to your automotive experience.”

“We are deeply honored to have earned this distinction,” said Larry Mallory, General Manager, Honda of Kirkland. “The President¹s Award reflects the total commitment of our staff to exceed our customer¹s expectations during every phase of the ownership cycle. I am extremely proud of each and every

one of our deserving employees.”

Located off I-405, Honda of Kirkland offers a full line of Honda vehicles, including the Accord, Civic, Fit, Odyssey, Pilot, Element, Ridgeline, S2000, and the CR-V.

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