Penske Automotive Group Dealerships Named Best To Work For

Penske Automotive Group, Inc. (NYSE:PAG), an international automotive retailer, announced today that five of its dealerships have been named by Automotive News as among the 100 Best Dealerships to Work For in the United States. The award winning dealerships are:

These dealerships were selected from a two part assessment designed to gather detailed information about each dealership and included participation by the dealership and the dealership’s employees to assess workplace satisfaction. PAG Chairman Roger Penske said, “Being recognized by Automotive News as one of the Best Dealerships to Work For is a significant and worthwhile achievement. I am extremely proud to have five of our company’s dealerships included in the inaugural list, and I congratulate each team’s management and employees for their efforts in working together to be one of the very best.”

About Penske Automotive

Penske Automotive Group, Inc., headquartered in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, operates 337 retail automotive franchises, representing 41 different brands and 30 collision repair centers. Penske Automotive, which sells new and previously owned vehicles, finance and insurance products and replacement parts, and offers maintenance and repair services on all brands it represents, has 170 franchises in 17 states and Puerto Rico and 167 franchises located outside the United States, primarily in the United Kingdom. Penske Automotive is a member of the Fortune 500 and Russell 2000 and has approximately 16,000 employees.

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