WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. — Pepe Auto Group was recognized on Thursday, April 23, for its support of the Westchester County Veterans Advisory Board.
Ronald Tocci, director of the Westchester County Veterans Service Agency, and Deputy County Executive Kevin Plunkett presented the dealership with a proclamation acknowledging its dedication to Westchester County veterans.
Mercedes-Benz of White Plains turned the launch of the new Mercedes-AMG GTS into a charity event for the Veterans Advisory Board and its affiliated organizations, including Basecamp Westchester and Honor Flight, with many local veterans and Mercedes Benz customers attending the event.
“It was an honor to be acknowledged for our support of our veterans,” said Gary Turco, general manager of Mercedes-Benz of White Plains. “It’s a cause that we believe in and are proud to be a part of.”
Pepe Auto Group also recently donated $3,000 for Veterans Appreciation Day during Memorial Day weekend at Playland Park. The annual event provides free admission to Playland for veterans and their families, as well as free entertainment, food and parking for the day.
Pepe Auto Group is composed of five dealerships across Westchester County: Mercedes-Benz of White Plains, Mercedes-Benz of New Rochelle, Porsche of Larchmont, Pepe Infiniti and Pepe Cadillac.
Click here to sign up for Daily Voice's free daily emails and news alerts.