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Wolfsburg Crest-Dealer Excellence Awards

Wondering What This "Wolfsburg Award" Stuff Is All About??

The Wolfsburg Crest Club award is a dealer excellence award that is available to be won by all dealers countrywide, every year.  The evaluation criteria, which is based on a points system, is very hard to achieve because it encompasses all departments and staff. Therefore, we have to meet the highest German standards in all areas of our business to be awarded.  On average a maximum of only 20 dealers win each year in all of Canada.

It is primarily based on:

  • Positive sales & service customer experience feedback (via 3rd party survey)
  • Staff trained & certified to meet Volkswagen standards
  • Achieving new, certified pre-owned vehicle & parts sales targets
  • Our facility & operations meeting Volkswagen standards

Wolfsburg crest club trophy 1970 Beetle Brantford Volkswagen

Wolfsburg Crest Club Award 20172017 Wolfsburg Award Presentation

 award collection 2017 webProudly we have won the following years....so far!
2010, 2011, 2012/13, 2014, 2015 & 2017.

"Our staff team wholeheartedly earn this award every year, they are absolutely fabulous! We thank them, & our wonderful customers since with out them,there would be no award !"
   Jeannette, Gregg & Andy-the Ownership team

The history behind the Wolfsburg name!!!

Wolfsburg Germany; History

Wolfsburg was founded on 1 July 1938 as Stadt des KdF-Wagens bei Fallersleben (English: City of the Kdf Car at Fallersleben), a planned town around the village of Fallersleben in order to house the workers of the newly opened Volkswagen factories, which were built to assemble the Volkswagen Beetle "people's car" and remain there today, although Beetle production finished there in 1978 (when it was transferred to Mexico for the final 25 years).

During World War II, there were also military cars, airplanes and other military equipment built, mainly by forced workers and POWs at these factories. The train station of Wolfsburg was built on the order of Adolf Hitler in order to transport or receive prefabricated parts for military equipment.

In 1945, the city was renamed Wolfsburg after the castle of the same name located in the city, which was founded about 1300 on the bank of the Aller river. Today, there is another castle at the place, which was built after 1600. In 1951, Wolfsburg was separated from the District of Gifhorn, and became an urban district. In November 2003, Wolfsburg was renamed "Golfsburg" for one week to celebrate the 5th generation of the Volkswagen Golf.

History of Wolfsburg nameSome text courtesy of Wikipedia

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