Author: Glen Pavlovich

ABOUT GLEN

 

Glen Pavlovich

Master Certified Sales Manager


It is my belief that when my goal is to genuinely help the customer solve their problem, they will appreciate their buying experience, return as customers and feel compelled to recommend our dealership to their friends.


1940 East Main Street
Waukesha, WI  53186

Real Customer Reviews

We are repeat after repeat customers. We have always been treated very well. Working with Frank B. Is always a pleasure.
We had a very smooth experience buying our new Ford. They were very honest about everything in our buying experience,,
Working with Frank and Mel was a great experience. I will recommend Griffon in the future.
Everything was done fast and easy our salesman had every answer to our questions and financing was quick and easy
comfortable, pleasant, and thoughtful employees. Gave me a good trade on my 2000 Ranger 4x4.

Milwaukee Business News

Ranked: These 30 MSAs will be 2022's top housing markets, according to Realtor.com
The markets that'll see the biggest price gains and number of sales, though, could look a little different than 2021's top performers, according to an analysis by Realtor.com released Tuesday.
Wisconsin Inno's 2021 Gift Guide: 7 products to support new entrepreneurs this holiday season
Here are some local startups to consider buying from if you're looking to support a brand-new Milwaukee-area business this season.
Wangard looks to break bottlenecks for trucks on new Franklin warehouse
For its speculative warehouse that recently broke ground in Franklin, Wangard Partners Inc. is trying a newer design strategy intended to help truck drivers get in and out more quickly.
Milwaukee Tool, Milky Way Tech Hub partner to offer computer science education for middle school students
Milwaukee Tool is the latest corporate member of the Milky Way Tech Hub, a local social impact organization focused on building the city's technology ecosystem in a way that centers people of color.
Three casino operators favor Chicago's South Side for first projects
Three casino operators vying to build Chicago's first casino have proposed a South Side location near the McCormick Place convention center.
Hartland marketing firm closing Cincinnati facility, laying off 65
A Wisconsin marketing firm is closing its Cincinnati office, resulting in the layoffs of 65 local employees.
Rising prices, sliding inventory and why homebuyers are facing a rocky road over the next few months
A combination of factors is likely to give potential homebuyers headaches over the winter. Here's what buyers and sellers need to know.
United Community Center will soon enter new strategic planning
The United Community Center, led by executive director Laura Gutierrez, is finishing its most recent three-year strategic plan, which included the new Ricardo Diaz Early Learning Academy that opened this June.
Milwaukee Public Museum seeks $45 million in Milwaukee County funding
The Milwaukee Public Museum requests $45 million in Milwaukee County grant support to fund its new museum building, which will be located in the Historic Haymarket District.
BizSpotlight: Enviro-Safe Resource Recovery / Enviro-Safe Consulting LLC
Established in 2002, Enviro-Safe Resource Recovery
Kacmarcik's birthday party features Sheryl Crow, gifting of $60,000 to help people in need: Slideshow
Kapco Metal Stamping president Jim Kacmarcik threw quite the 60th birthday party on Dec. 4, treating more than 800 friends, family and business leaders to performances from seven-time Grammy winning singer Sheryl Crow, The Fray and Goo Goo Dolls lead singer John Rzeznik. Check out the attached slideshow to see photos from the impressive event held at the Wisconsin Center in downtown Milwaukee.
Report: Historically Black colleges and universities outperform peers when it comes to social mobility
HBCUs, which educate about 10% of all Black college students in the U.S., serve proportionately more low-income students than other colleges and also facilitate the upward mobility of those students, according to a report published last month by the United Negro College Fund’s Frederick D. Patterson Research Institute.
Marketing platform behind Story Hill BKC, Sobelman's to double its employment, and get your Christmas kringle: Quick Bites
SpotHopper was co-founded by Aleksandar Ivanovic, who successfully founded and sold a previous software business Webcom Inc., as well as his son, Niko. It powers the marketing functions behind Milwaukee restaurants like Story Hill BKC and Sobelman's, as well as 3,000 other customers in more than 30 states.
Milwaukee's Sherman Phoenix serving as model for Illinois development
For Tosha Wilson, a visit to the Sherman Phoenix building in Milwaukee became an inspiration and a proof of concept for a similar hub of black-owned businesses she is co-developing in Evanston, Illinois.
See Elm Grove home of late Milwaukee Bucks doctor listed at $3.5 million: Open House
The property belongs to the David S. and Suzanne T. Haskell Trust, according to state records that value the property at $2.72 million.

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