Luxury automaker Genesis has opened its first standalone retail store in New Jersey. The location in Cherry Hill is one of nine in the U.S.
Owned and operated by Peter Lanzavecchia, president of Genesis of Cherry Hill and chairman of the Genesis retail advisory board, the site represents Lanzavecchia’s commitment to redefining the retail experience for customers.
“We are proud to open the doors to a new standalone facility and share the award-winning Genesis product lineup with customers in our community,” Lanzavecchia said.
“We are pleased to have partnered with Peter Lanzavecchia and his team to open the first standalone retail facility in New Jersey,” Claudia Marquez, chief operating officer of Genesis Motor North America, said. “Our first dedicated facility in the Philadelphia metro area represents a significant milestone on our journey to reach an even broader audience of American consumers.”
Visitors to the facility immediately experience an open floorplan embodying distinctive brand elements and showcasing the award-winning Genesis product lineup.
Guests can take full advantage of Genesis Concierge, a complimentary service that pairs customers with a personal adviser to aid in creating a seamless shopping experience. Genesis Concierge assists in scheduling test drives, at the retail facility or at home, and arranging vehicle delivery to the customer’s residence or place of business.
To celebrate the grand opening and give back to the local community, Genesis Gives, the corporate social responsibility initiative of Genesis Motor America, and Genesis of Cherry Hill presented the Jaws Youth PlayBook with $20,000 to support its mission of supporting at-risk youth in the Greater Philadelphia region with play and health initiatives.
Additionally, the Genesis Inspiration Foundation, a nonprofit organization in which Lanzavecchia serves on the board of directors, is committed to connecting youth to the transformative power of the arts. The organization and Genesis of Cherry Hill awarded Superior Arts Institute with a $20,000 donation to support arts education.