CHESAPEAKE, VA—March 28, 2013—Allison Clark, Chesapeake’s Teacher of the Year for 2013, will be driving a new Priority Honda CRV this year, compliments of Priority Automotive. Clark received the top honor at this year’s Chesapeake Public School Teacher of the Year awards held March 21. A total of 47 teachers were recognized for their service. The award was made by Priority’s Bill Schneider and Matt Ellmer. Clark teaches at Greenbrier Primary School.
“Priority is a Chesapeake born and raised business, so we are especially proud of our Chesapeake educators and the wonderful job they are doing for our children,” Schneider said. “You’ve made Chesapeake’s children a Priority and we want to show our appreciation.” Schneider and Ellmer presented Clark the keys to the 2013 Honda CRV which she will be able to drive for a year at no cost.
Priority Automotive operates 6 dealerships in Chesapeake.
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Priority Automotive was founded in 1999 by Dennis Ellmer with the acquisition of Chevrolet and Toyota dealerships in Chesapeake, Virginia. Today Priority owns and operates Priority Toyota/Scion, Priority Honda, Priority Chevrolet, Priority Acura, and Priority Hyundai in Chesapeake and the Priority Indoor Super Store in Virginia Beach. Priority also owns Priority Toyota/Scion, Priority Nissan, Priority VW, Priority Collision Repair Center, Priority Used Car Super Center and Priority Sales and Service Center in Richmond, as well as Priority Honda in Charlotte, NC and Hampton, VA. Priority has more than 100,000 Priorities For Life customers throughout Virginia and North Carolina and employs more than 900 people. For more information visit www.priorityauto.com.
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