BURLINGTON, Vt., April 22 /PRNewswire/ --
WHAT: Dealer.com, the global leader of online marketing solutions for auto dealers, has chosen Earth Week to reveal plans for the growth of its digital marketing operation which would include the hiring of hundreds of new employees. Appropriately, the announcement will be made by Mark Bonfigli, Founder and CEO of Dealer.com, at Dealer.com headquarters, a LEED-certified building that houses an un-matched corporate culture dedicated to the health and wellness of its employees.
"From the beginning, we set out to create a unique, fun and enterprising culture in order to develop and attract the best and brightest talent in the industry. Our innovative environment with its 'green' culture, employee wellness programs, training & career initiatives and great benefits has made Dealer.com a driving economic force in Vermont," said Bonfigli.
Winner of several worksite wellness programs, as well as creative awards for premiere Website design, the Dealer.com culture is one that emphasizes responsibility for the well-being of its employees and the health of the environment.
Headquartered in Burlington, VT, Dealer.com utilizes a 63,000-square-foot revitalized building certified by the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Building Rating System™. Employees enjoy an on-site organic cafe, a sports complex that features an indoor tennis and basketball court, full gym with cardio and strength training equipment, and even state-of-the-art ping-pong tables.
Dealer.com, which already employs more than 300 Vermonters, provides six-week new hiring training, a proven mentoring program, and is a business clearly dedicated to the triple bottom line - people, planet, and profits.
A light lunch will be served following the press conference, and a tour of the facility will be given to media to show off Dealer.com's gym, cafe and workspace.
Dealer.com - http://www.dealer.com/
1 Howard St
April 23, 2010
Mark Bonfigli, Dealer.com, Founder & CEO
Patrick Leahy, United States Senator for Vermont
Jim Douglas, Vermont State Governor
Brian Dubie, Vermont State Lieutenant Governor
Bob Kiss, Mayor of Burlington, Vermont
Frank Cioffi, GBIC-Greater Burlington Industrial Corporation