Creating a sense of well-being and enriching the lives of our customers has been a priority since Jerry Chapman opened the first dealership in 1966. From that one dealership sprang an enterprise devoted to customer service in all senses of the word; From sales to service to parts, our employees are dedicated to providing the ultimate customer service experience through our word and deed.
For more than 40 years the Chapman Automotive Group has strongly believed in the principle that the customer comes first and is our most important asset. Without our customers, our jobs and earnings would not be possible. Our customers are entitled to the best and most courteous service possible when satisfying their transportation needs.
Every employee with the Chapman Automotive Group is critical to its success: we value our employee's honesty, loyalty and personal integrity, and our customers do as well. Through this philosophy, we continue to build long-term relationships with our customers, who depend on us to provide them with the best possible automotive buying and service experience.
Some employers make community involvement mandatory. Here at Chapman, employees make a difference in the lives of others by choice. From volunteering at the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer event to donating gifts and time to Toys for Tots, our employees take pride in helping others. Every opportunity to give back is a chance to make a difference in the community they work and live in.
In the past year, Chapman employees made Christmas brighter for children at De Colores in west Phoenix, participated in a golf tournament to help Canine Companions for Independence, collected truckloads of toys for Toys for Tots, and walked as a team in the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk.
Thousands of people, young and old, participated in the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer event at Tempe Beach Park.
Chapman Automotive has been a proud supporter of Canine Companions for Independence for more than 10 years.
This past Christmas Eve, the volunteers of Brazos Abiertos visited De Colores, a shelter for single and abused mothers located on the west side of Phoenix.
When Santa says "Stuff the truck!" he means it. And the employees and customers of Chapman Automotive always follow Santa's orders.