Showing posts from August, 2010

Heiser Automotive Group's History

Heiser Automotive Group is one of Wisconsin’s longest and most successful established automobile dealership groups. They have new vehicle franchises for Ford, Lincoln Mercury, Toyota, Scion, Chevrolet, and Cadillac. The Heiser organization was co-founded in 1918 by Walter Heiser. The original dwelling, located on 7th and Wisconsin Avenues, sold Model T Fords for $345. People traded in their carriages, wagons, even horses towards the purchase of their first car. Heiser earned a reputation of integrity during the post-war vehicle shortage. Heiser maintained a strict “first come, first served” delivery list, which was not easy to adhere to. When mass production resumed and vehicles were plentiful, customers remained loyal. Also, during the three years before World War I, Heiser was responsible for one quarter of Milwaukee Ford Sales. Here is a brief time line of Heiser’s history: Pre-1917: Walter M. Heiser was employed by Ford Motor Company at the factory showroom located on the corn

A Sizzling Hot Summer for Heiser Automotive Group

Hello Fans, With summer well on its way Heiser Automotive Group has been heating up all five Metro-Milwaukee locations with exciting news and great deals, such as the addition of Green Bay Packer player Bryan Bulaga to the Heiser team, excellent savings, and the introduction of Heiser to Facebook. Mary Ann Scaffidi and Bryan Bulaga Bryan Bulaga is the latest addition to the Green Bay Packer and Heiser Automotive Group teams. As a football player Bulaga has been known for excellence. One of the more athletic big men eligible for the 2010 NFL Draft, Bulaga's versatility as a prep star made him one of the most sought after recruits coming out of high school. After playing four different positions at Marion Central High School, he began his Iowa career as a left offensive guard. As one of the most talented young athletes the university has seen, the coaching staff decided to insert him into the starting lineup midway through the 2007 campaign. On January 6, 201