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The Surprising Thing Madera Toyota is Most Thankful For

In the spirit of Thanksgiving, we want to share a story from our friends at Madera Toyota. They’re thankful for a lot of things, and they’re sharing their gratitude with their community. But there’s one thing that stands above all the rest. What are they most thankful for? Here’s their story:

Madera Toyota - Annual Customer Appreciation Boo Fest Event"The Madera Toyota team is most thankful for family. That's what really drives us to excel in everything that we do. From our loved ones at home, to our dealership team who chooses to show up and make a difference, to our community that has supported us throughout the years. We wouldn't be where we are without our family.

This year, Madera Toyota, a family-owned and operated Madera Auto Center dealership, is creating even more family experiences, including the annual customer appreciation Boo Fest (pictured on the right), which drew everyone from Fresno Grizzlies fans, to members of the California Highway Patrol, to the mayor of Madera."

We couldn’t agree more. We are truly thankful for all the dealers and partners that have become a part of the Drive Motors family, and added us to their families in turn. Thanks to you, we can continue to grow, improve our product, and become an even stronger contributor to your continued business success.  

We hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

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About Author

Brett Miller
Brett Miller

Brett Miller is the Head of Customer Success at Drive Motors. He has experience in areas like policy, operations, strategy, and customer growth. Most notably he was the Global Policy Manager at Facebook under Sheryl Sandberg, and has also held roles at brands like Etsy, Teespring, and YouTube.