Toyota World of Newton receives award

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NEWTON — Toyota World of Newton, the premier dealership serving Sussex County residents, has been named as a recipient of Toyota’s prestigious President’s Award. The annual honor is bestowed upon dealerships nationwide that continuously provide exceptional services in all aspects of operations.

“Receiving this award would not be possible without the dedication of our staff, who truly provide exceptional services day in and day out,” said Wally Darwish, general manager of Toyota World of Newton. “My team and I are thankful to Toyota for recognizing all the hard work we put into making our customers our top priority. This award means a great deal to the dealership, and only strengthens our commitment to providing our customers with unprecedented services.”

Toyota World of Newton is a member of the World Auto Group, New Jersey’s family owned and operated dealership since 1991. For more than two decades, World Auto Group has earned a reputation for providing exceptional sales and customer services to clientele all throughout the state.

“It’s an honor to have one of our dealerships presented with the President’s Award from Toyota,” said Albert Preziosi, who co-owns World Auto Group with his brother Chris Preziosi. “Since our inception, World Auto Group has strived to provide each customer with a memorable experience. It’s nice to see that even decades later, we have never wavered in our commitment to our customers.”

The President’s Award was presented to the dealership on Tuesday, August 28.

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