Burlington, VT, August 13, 2019 – Dealer.com was honored to host Vermont Governor Phil Scott and Burlington Mayor Miro Weinberger at a barbecue lunch at the company’s headquarters on Monday, August 12, 2019. In a gesture of appreciation for employee contributions to the Burlington community, the state of Vermont and Dealer.com company executives were joined by the governor and mayor engaging in a celebratory afternoon of entertainment and conversation.
Since its founding, Dealer.com has committed to be a good corporate citizen in Vermont. In the past six years, Dealer.com has volunteered more than 33,500 hours and raised more than $1.2 million through donations for the Burlington community. To further its culture of innovation, Dealer.compartners with local changemaking organizations through grantmaking, event sponsorships and employee volunteer programs. Other initiatives include hosting fundraisers, participating in panels and tours for student groups, donating vehicles to nonprofit organizations and collecting 550 pounds of food for local food banks.
“Our commitment to the local Burlington community is an integral part of the culture at Dealer.com,” said Wayne Pastore, general manager of Dealer.com. “Hosting the governor and mayor at our headquarters is an exciting opportunity to thank all employees for how they regularly take part in our various volunteer initiatives. We are looking forward to continuing our work in Burlington and the surrounding communities.”
Dealer.com has been recognized as a top ten largest employer in Vermont, Best Places to Work in Vermont, Excellence in Worksite Wellness and Top 10 Businesses Partnering with the Arts in America. In addition to being grateful for these recognitions and our employees’ efforts in the community, Dealer.com is proud of its GOLD LEED-certification Burlington headquarters, green purchasing, on-site recycling and composting programs, fitness and mindfulness training, CCTA Mass Transit Bus Pass benefit, solar panel rooftop and café that sources food from over 35 local farms.