Bomnin Automotive donates $250K to charitable causes during new dealership opening in Homestead
Bomnin Automotive celebrated the grand opening of the company’s first Chevrolet and Cadillac dealership in Homestead, Florida last month
HOMESTEAD, Fla. (PRUnderground) November 6th, 2019
Arnaldo Bomnin celebrated the grand opening of his company’s first Chevrolet and Cadillac dealership in Homestead, Florida on Oct. 18 by giving away more than $250,000 in one night to the community.
During the celebration, dealership team members, community members and special guests gathered to enjoy music, food and entertainment, all while checking out the newest Bomnin dealership.
The event was highlighted by a series of charity check presentations, which included:
- $125,000 to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital – LINK
- $55,000 to the Rotary Club of Homestead – LINK
- $50,000 to the Police Officer Assistance Trust – LINK
- $15,000 to the Military Affairs Committee – LINK
“There’s a quote on the the wall of our new dealership – we sell cars, but our passion is giving back to the community. This is at the core of everything we do at Bomnin Chevrolet,” said Arnaldo Bomnin, owner of Bomnin Chevrolet. “I grew up in a farming community similar to Homestead. I love it here. Our plan is to grow our support of the community and I couldn’t be more thankful for the warm reception we’ve been shown, so far.”
The night’s festivities reached an emotional crescendo with the presentation of a new 2019 Chevrolet Equinox as a gift to a local family in need. Eva Martinez and her family, whose 15-year-old son suffers from a rare genetic metabolic disorder called GA1, were invited to the event and surprised with the brand-new car.
“The generosity Bomnin Chevrolet has shown us is beyond my expectation. I had initially sent a letter to them asking for a discount. To give me a brand new, reliable car that allows me to provide for my family is amazing,” said Eva Martinez.
Bomnin Chevrolet Homestead is located at 1075 Southeast Sixth Avenue and was formerly Keith Pierson Chevrolet Superstore. Through the purchase of the dealership, Bomnin Chevrolet expects to bring over 100 new jobs to the area. Currently the company employs over 550 team across its four locations.
The new Bomnin Cadillac Chevrolet Homestead dealership is expected to contribute to Bomnin Chevrolet’s ongoing success and offer residents access to the award-winning inventory and services.
“We have been the largest Chevy dealer to the Homestead area, and we can now better serve that community by being conveniently close by for sales and service,” said Bomnin.
For more information regarding Bomnin Chevrolet, please visit www.bomninchevrolet.com or call 786.298.2688.
About Bomnin Chevrolet
Bomnin Chevrolet began as a single dealership founded in 2010 by Arnaldo Bomnin, a Cuban immigrant who escaped the communist nation in 1996. Under his leadership the company has experienced transformative growth from selling an average of 70 cars a month to becoming the largest minority-owned Chevrolet dealer in the nation selling more than 1,400 vehicles per month. Currently Bomnin Automotive operates five top-rated General Motors franchises, with four in South Florida and a fifth in Virginia, near Washington D.C.
Bomnin Chevrolet Dadeland has been awarded with the prestigious Dealer of the Year Award 5 consecutive years and West Kendall earned the award in 2017 and 2018. The Dealer of the Year award is given to less than one percent of GM dealers across the nation and is based on their commitment to excellence through sales, service and customer satisfaction.