There is a new king in Long Island. His name is Rolls-Royce. He is putting up his castle right in plain view in Plainview. Tomorrow, October 10th, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Long Island will be opening their doors to all its neighboring princes and princesses (that is us). And how excited we are! This luxury car company only has 33 other showrooms on the continent, which makes Long Island one of the most revered little kingdoms around.
The new dealership will be operated by Mr. Stuart Hayim, a property developer and champion powerboat racer, and his sons Garrett and Gregg. Together, they have been building a growing collection of boutique automotive showrooms for the last five years. Since opening their first dealership, the Hayim family has donated a portion of every sale to charity. It will be good to have such a generous ruler in town.
“We are privileged to offer the world’s most renowned ultra-luxury car. The selection process for
Rolls-Royce dealers is extremely rigorous and we are very excited to join the expanding Rolls-Royce network,” says Hayim.
Paul Ferraiolo, President of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars North America, notes: “We welcome Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Long Island to our dealer network. Their team has a long standing passion for automobiles. We have selected them as our newest dealer because they have demonstrated a dedication to quality and service and we hear his jesters are quite funny.” Well maybe that entire quote was not his, but close enough.
With a glorious history dating back to 1904, continuously winning wars over other prestigious car companies, Rolls-Royce is recognised around the world as the choice for individuals with the most discerning taste in motor cars. For 2009, Rolls-Royce has a four model line-up: Phantom, Phantom Extended Wheelbase, Phantom Drophead Coupé and Phantom Coupé. The all-new Rolls-Royce Ghost, the first of a new model series was recently unveiled at the Frankfurt motor show in September.
Now head on over to Plainview, Long Island, and visit your new Rolls-Royce dealer. No need to bow when entering!