Audi Atlanta Awarded with Magna Society Status

Staff Report From Metro Atlanta CEO

Thursday, June 14th, 2018

Audi Atlanta has received the esteemed Magna Society status for 2017, a distinction that represents one of the highest honors that an Audi dealer can achieve. Out of nearly 300 Audi dealerships in the nation, Audi Atlanta is the only one to hold the Magna Society award for twelve uninterrupted years. Audi Atlanta continues to raise the bar as they exceed their yearly goals and rank as the nation's sixth highest volume Audi dealer in 2017. Additionally, Audi Atlanta ranks #1 nationally in certified pre-owned sales and as the country's #1 Audi parts retailer.

Created by Audi of America to identify the top dealerships in the United States, Magna Society recognizes those that rise above and beyond standard business projections and sales goals. To qualify for Magna Society status, a dealership must exemplify the ideals of the Audi brand and provide outstanding levels of customer service throughout the year.

"I am so proud of our team and their efforts in 2017 to win the Audi Magna Society award once again," said Jimmy Ellis, President of the Jim Ellis Automotive Group. "This is a team award only achieved through the dedication and hard work of all of our employees, as they work collectively to pass the baton from one employee to next and deliver an outstanding Audi customer experience."

"Audi Atlanta has achieved the Magna award more than any other Audi dealer in the United States, and this consistent performance is truly what sets us apart," said Tracie Maloney, Vice President of Audi Atlanta. "Every employee here quickly learns that this level of performance is a huge part of who we are, and that failure is never an option for us."

According to Rob Waggoner, Audi Atlanta's General Manager, "As our dealership receives this most recent Magna status, it sends the message loud and clear that Audi Atlanta welcomes each visitor as honored guests and that business stays where its customers are genuinely appreciated."