Automotive

Brown’s Toyota of Glen Burnie Known for Its Sales and Philanthropy

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Brown’s Toyota of Glen Burnie
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William E. Schuiling is the owner and chairman of Brown Automotive Group, a network of new and used car dealerships in Maryland, Northern Virginia, and Washington, DC. One of William Schuiling’s many success stories is his Toyota dealership in Glen Burnie, Maryland.

For three years, the Baltimore Business Journal recognized Brown’s Toyota of Glen Burnie as one of the largest automotive dealerships in the Baltimore area. Brown’s Toyota of Glen Burnie sells more than 200 vehicles each month, and its service department works on 100 to 150 vehicles a day.

With a reputation for rewarding staff loyalty and promoting from within the company, Brown’s Toyota of Glen Burnie is a prominent supporter of several community charities, including the Baltimore Animal Rescue and Care Shelter, Hospice of the Chesapeake, and Hope For All, which provides basic necessities to people who are struggling economically.

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Brown’s Toyota – Serving the Larger Baltimore Community

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Brown’s Toyota
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William E. Schuiling is the owner and chairman of Brown Automotive Group, which is based in Fairfax, Virginia. Through Brown Automotive, William Schuiling operates a number of car dealerships, including Brown’s Toyota of Glen Burnie in Maryland, which has thrice been recognized by the Baltimore Business Journal as one of the largest dealerships in the area. As such, the dealership understands the importance of serving the community.

Last year, Brown’s Toyota donated about $100,000 to area charities, such as the Baltimore Animal Rescue and Care Shelter, Hospice of the Chesapeake, and Hope For All, which provides furniture and clothing to families and individuals in need. In addition, the dealership has provided sponsorship for local youth sports teams and RISE for Autism events. At Christmastime, the dealership participates in the Angel Tree program organized by the Salvation Army and sponsors 30 kids, which entails purchasing all the items on their wish lists.

Community service also extends to the dealership’s customers. Each month, Brown’s Toyota spends considerable money to supply customers with coffee and donuts while they are in the waiting area. The dealership also has a shuttle service to get customers where they need to go.