Pittsburgh, Penn. – The Better Business Bureau of Western Penn. recently honored C. Harper Auto Group with the Torch Awards for Ethics in the category of 100-499 employees during a ceremony at its C. Harper auto dealership in Belle Vernon, Pennsylvania.
Car dealerships are often given a bad rap and we want to show others that you can blaze your own trail and be a different type of dealership -- one that cares about its customers and employees.
Awardees are recognized for their leadership and commitment to ethical practices throughout their businesses. The annual award is open to all for-profit companies (BBB accredited and nonaccredited) located in the 28-county service area of Western Pennsylvania.
"Work hard, be honest, give back are the core values of the C. Harper family, passed down from generation to generation and it shows,” said Warren King, president of the Better Business Bureau of Western PA. “C. Harper illuminates the importance of corporations with a conscience. This award celebrates them as a marketplace role model. We are proud to have you as an accredited business with the Better Business Bureau.”
Integrity, charity, loyalty and family also are important values at the core of C. Harper Auto Group.
“We try to always do things the right way. We are honored and deeply appreciative of this recognition by the Better Business Bureau. My mother always taught us to treat others as you want to be treated and we live by that rule,” said Casey Harper, founder of C. Harper Auto Group. “We teach our kids that young. This was just how we were brought up, and we hold to this belief as we continue to grow, and we are not done growing.”
C. Harper Auto Group is only the second auto dealership to win the Torch Award For Ethics.
“This is truly humbling for us. Car dealerships are often given a bad rap and we want to show others that you can blaze your own trail and be a different type of dealership -- one that cares about its customers and employees,” general manager Casey Harper Jr. said.
Many community leaders attended the ceremony on November 19, 2019 to thank C. Harper Auto Group for its positive impact in the region.
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