SEASON 3 | EPISODE 6
Ernie Boch is an automotive entrepreneur, global philanthropist, accomplished musician, and all-around fascinating guy.
He’s owned numerous dealerships throughout his career, including the world’s #1 Honda dealership. Today, he maintains a Ferrari store and a Maserati store, and he distributes Subaru vehicles to dealers throughout New England.
On the philanthropic side, Boch is currently helping to bring running water, a school, and a hospital to a village in Uganda. The Boch Family Foundation runs one of the nation’s largest nonprofit arts centers, as well as MusicDrivesUs.org, which supports music in schools across the country.
“Let’s look at it from 10,000 ft.”
– Ernie Boch Jr., CEO, Boch Enterprises
The result is a fun, inspiring, and thoughtful conversation on how to be your best — in the car business and in life — along with some important advice for dealers navigating this unprecedented era in the automotive industry.
- Ernie gives a tour of his “auto salon” including his favorite cars and his guitars. Follow us @DealerNewsToday on Instagram to see videos.
- Ernie and Dave give reasons why dealers should not be marking up inventory as high as they can in the current auto market
- We hear stories about Ernie’s dad, Ernie Boch Sr., who was a successful dealership owner and a pioneer of “Come on down!” dealership commercials in the 1960s and ‘70s
…and much more.
Derek D is an actor, comedian, and host with 15 years of experience in the entertainment industry. Before becoming a host on the DNT podcast, Derek was well known in the automotive industry for hosting the award-winning car news show Fast Lane Daily.
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