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Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Rusnak Porsche Celebrates Grand Opening of New Dealership

• Boutique Is Design Adjunct for Logo Enthusiasts

National economic pessimism was nowhere in sight as Porsche enthusiasts from Malibu to Monrovia  were poised to celebrate the official grand opening ceremony of Rusnak/Westlake Porsche last Thursday.
An upbeat and energized Paul Rusnak, chair and CEO of Rusnak Auto Group, hosted the event at the dealership at 3839 Auto Mall Drive in Thousand Oaks.
The new Rusnak Porsche dealership is on a five-acre lot and features a 9194-square-foot technologically advanced showroom.
Located about 30 minutes from Malibu via Kanan-Dume Road, Rusnak Porsche’s publicly stated goal is to “provide the ultimate Porsche experience.
Paul Rusnak said, “Since 1981, Rusnak has sold and serviced Porsches. Every department is staffed with Porsche certified personnel who are passionate about the brand.”
Rusnak added. “When you’ve been in the car business for 50 years, you learn that continually raising the bar is essential to growing your business. Our relationship with Porsche Cars North America has been outstanding and we are pleased to elevate sales and service experience to a higher standard.”
In addition to Porsche sales and service, the dealership will feature “The Boutique at Porsche Westlake,” which is described as “a dedicated driver’s selection by Porsche Design, a boutique that caters to both buyers and collectors featuring products, such as fashion apparel, luggage and leather accessories, sunglasses, watches, sports gear and ‘Colors of 1968.’”
“Rusnak Porsche’s new facility on Auto Mall Drive  is dedicated to make Rusnak Porsche, the ultimate destination for owners and aficionados,” added the dealership’s general manager  Keith Goldberg.
The firm stressed that, from the beginning, it was committed to sustainable solutions at the location, including renovating and reusing existing structures and materials rather than demolishing them and sending them to landfills; and installed energy efficient lighting in all areas.”

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