Porsche Of Hawaii
USINFO | 2013-04-28 11:21

About Porsche of Hawaii - Honolulu New and Used Porsche Dealer
Porsche Of Hawaii offers new 2012 & 2013 Porsche cars in Honolulu, along with used cars and SUVs by top manufacturers. Their sales staff will help the customer find that new or used car he has been searching for in Honolulu. Porsche Of Hawaii is proud to offer Porsche cars to the surrounding areas of Kaneohe, Waipahu and Pearl City.

For years, Their financial staff at Porsche of Hawaii has offered expert advice for those seeking a great Porsche car loan or lease. Its service doesn't stop there. Honolulu customers can come in and take advantage of their knowledgeable Porsche car repair technicians and a fully-stocked inventory of Porsche car parts.

The customer can reach Porsche of Hawaii any time by filling out the contact form, by calling them or simply visiting Honolulu Porsche dealership at 730 Ala Moana Boulevard.

The Fletcher Jones Story
Fletcher "Ted" Jones presides over one of the most successful luxury automobile dealer groups in the United States. Ted has been credited with pioneering a revolutionary approach in which "guests" not "customers" are treated with the same level of service the customer would expect from a five-star hotel. The son of an industry legend, Fletcher Jones Senior, Ted meticulously manages an automotive retail empire that spans four states and twenty dealerships with the flagship operation, known simply as Fletcher Jones Motorcars, in Newport Beach, California.

While he has set new standards for excellence in the industry, his winning formula can be traced back to a family legacy that dates back more than 50 years to the post-World War II landscape of Southern California. It all started in 1946, when Fletcher Jones Senior met a man on a golf course who would forever change his destiny. Impressed by how successful the man had become by selling cars, the USC student decided to switch gears from being a law student to becoming an entrepreneur in the burgeoning automotive retail industry. After scraping together $1,200 -- a veritable fortune in those days -- Jones Sr. opened a modest used car lot in downtown Los Angeles and sold his first vehicle for $70. He went on to open his first new car dealership and earned his first taste of success by selling Chrysler and Plymouth vehicles.

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