CMA's News and Events

Heritage Chevrolet Making Strides Against Breast Cancer

Heritage Chevrolet team members gathered together for Making Strides Against Breast Cancer at the Richmond International Raceway. The walk raises money for the American Cancer Society to fund innovative research, provide free information and support, and to help people reduce their breast cancer risk or find it early when it's most treatable.
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Automotive News Features CMA CEO, Liza Borches

Automotive News visited Charlottesville for their "Dealer Speaks" segment to interview Liza Borches, 4th generation President and CEO of Carter Myers Automotive. They discussed our company's 90+ year legacy, intelligent growth, and the future of the automotive industry. 
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Valley Subaru Donates to Local Cancer Patients

Valley Subaru partnered with the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society to deliver 80 blankets to the UVA Hope Cancer Center in Fishersville.

In addition to the blankets, customers and CMA associates from Valley Subaru wrote personal message of hope. The notes and blankets are meant to be a reminder to people going through chemo that they aren't alone in this fight.

CLICK HERE for the full story on WHSV.
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Big Anniversaries at Colonial Auto Center in Charlottesville

June 2017 marks two major anniversaries in Charlottesville. Bruce Fainter celebrates 30 years with our company. He started with CMA when we were still working out of an old building on Main Street in Charlottesville as Colonial Nissan Pontiac Cadillac and grew with us as we added (and subtracted) franchises. Bruce has worn many hats over the last 30 years and is now the Assistant Office Manager at Colonial Auto Center.
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Colonial Honda Day of Service

 Team members from Colonial Honda volunteered to help out at Westover Hills Elementary School in Richmond, VA. Over the course of two days, they did some major landscaping, painting, and general cleanup of the courtyard and grounds.

Once of CMA's core values is Community Involvement. We give back to the communities that support us every day. It is in our DNA. We get involved.
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CMA Named a "Best Place to Work" in the Richmond Area

 
Carter Myers Automotive has been named one of the “Top Workplaces” in the Richmond area!

The Richmond Times Dispatch contracted with Workplace Dynamics to determine the Top Workplaces in the Richmond market through confidential employee surveys. CMA was nominated in the Midsize Company category and was evaluated on seven factors, including organizational health factors that measure how well employees are working toward a common cause. To learn more about the survey and how it was…
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Valley Honda Earns President's Award 6 Years in a Row


For the 6th year in a row – every year since joining the CMA family – Valley Honda has earned the prestigious Honda President’s Award. This annual award is presented to Honda dealerships for exceptional performance in all facets of their operations - profitability, sales, vehicle condition, customer experience, service retention, and brand representation.

On Friday, May 5, representatives from American Honda Motor Company came to Valley to celebrate with us. Some of them are pictured above…
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Team CMA Plays it Forward

 
On April 30, CMA team members from our Charlottesville and Valley locations competed in a Human Foosball tournament to benefit Jefferson Area CHIP (Child Health Improvement Program). Team CMA won 3 games straight and made it to the playoffs! While we didn't win the CHIP Cup, it was a fun day for a good cause.

Jefferson Area CHiP partners with families to create a nurturing home environment and to promote the health and well-being…
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Valley Subaru Makes $24,000 Donation to the MaDee Project

 
The MaDee Project in Augusta County, VA can now "share the love" even more with families battling pediatric cancer, thanks to a $24,000 donation from Valley Subaru's "Share the Love Event."

The non-profit organization, named in honor of MaDee Boxler, provides financial support to families handling pediatric cancer. Boxler, who graduated from Fort Defiance High School, died in 2010 at 22 after battling Hodgkin's Lymphoma.

CLICK HERE to see the WHSV-TV3 news…
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