About the Dealership
Welcome to Delray Buick GMC! We would like to thank you for visiting Delray Buick GMC, South Florida’s premier Buick GMC dealership, and considering us for the purchase of your next new or pre-owned vehicle. It is our goal to provide you with an excellent purchase and ownership experience. Let us introduce you to our staff, show you some of our special vehicle offers, and take you through our complete line of new and pre-owned inventory. We can help you find exactly what you are looking for. We also feature a first-rate parts and service department and an expert collision center with over 30 years experience. Our friendly professionals are always dedicated to assist you. We are delighted to provide you with an interactive presentation of our Buick GMC models, introducing you to all available features and benefits. Our dedicated attention to your specific needs, allows us to select the right model for you. Please take a grand tour our beautiful Delray Buick GMC facilities anytime, we are thrilled to have you with us. We want you to enjoy our relaxed atmosphere, simply and easily, you are always home at Delray Buick GMC, with our comfortable, no-obligation pricing process. We are always dedicated to continuous complete customer satisfaction! We appreciate the opportunity to earn your business, here at Delray Buick GMC, feel free to contact us by phone or email, or visit us anytime, it is our pleasure to assist you! Aric Gasper Managing Partner / General Manager VISION STATEMENT “To be the BEST automotive sales and repair operation in every market we serve.” MISSION STATEMENT “We’re only doing our jobs when we create an experience for the customers for which they choose to return and do business with us again.” COMPANY VALUES Honesty: Truthful at all times Respect: To show consideration and honor for each other. Empathy: To be able to understand another’s position. Integrity: To be of good sound moral principle, trustworthy, sincere. Pride: Sense of self-worth. Making a difference in people’s lives. Work Ethic: Working as a team to meet or exceed expectations. HISTORY OF THE COMPANY The year was 1907 and many thought that the horse and buggy would continue to be the way to travel. One notable exception was a young farm implement salesman of exceptional ability and bold vision. His name was Guy S. Garber, and he saw the automobile as the vehicle to the future. Growing up in the Lansing area, his reputation as a salesman brought him to the attention of William C. Durant, founder of General Motors. At his urging, Guy Garber became a factory representative for Buick Motor Division. During his first six months he established one dealership, in Battle Creek Michigan. His responsibility was the management of the day-to-day operations. His success there brought him to take on a greater challenge, coming to Saginaw in 1910 representing Buick. This was to become the key to his success with Buick and General Motors…. lasting a lifetime. Guy Garber shared the vision of the GM founder: America was headed for a golden automotive era. Guy Garber’s long and productive affiliation with GM lasted nearly 60 years, through the great depression and two world wars. During that time Garber married Hazel Denyes and began a family which would eventually number four sons and two daughters; Jack, Maxine, Richard, Guy Jr. (Ike), Jane and Robert. As the oldest family-owned Buick dealership in the United States, the Garbers have always conducted a unique relationship with GM’s Buick Motor Division. In its early years Garber Buick Company became a GM model for salesmanship, efficiency and service to the customer. Years ago it was written that Guy S. Garber has but one hobby and that is service. “He lives service, breathes service and practices service. His predominant business policy is to render such uniformly satisfying service that there shall not be a single dissatisfied Buick owner in the 30 counties comprising his territory.” Said Guy S. Garber, “Service does not mean something for nothing, but it does mean prompt, efficient and courteous attention at a fair price.” This founding business philosophy thrives today in the mission statement for Garber Buick. When automotive pioneer Guy S. Garber died on December 5, 1965 at the age of 81, Michigan’s first Buick distributorship became the nation’s last Buick distributorship. An important piece of automotive history had passed away. Richard Garber, Sr., son of Guy Garber, who had been actively managing Garber Buick Company, became president and owner until his death in 1972. Like his father, Richard was a civic leader in every sense of the word. Richard Garber was succeeded by Norman F. Geyer as president. Norm Geyer was married to Maxine Garber and was a son-in-law to Guy Garber. He was a dedicated, honest, and respected individual with high values.