Chamber Spotlight on Business: Breaman Merrill Ford
The Merrill Area Chamber of Commerce’s ‘Spotlight on Business’ for the month of June is Breaman Merrill Ford.
Located at 1306 North Center Avenue, Breaman has continuously served the Merrill community for the past 29 years. Breaman Merrill Ford is a family owned and operated business. Joe Breaman Sr. and his four sons, Joseph, David, John, and Nick are all actively employed and supporting the Breaman family auto dealership in Merrill. They have recently been awarded the prestigious President’s Award for being one of the top-performing Ford dealerships in the country that exhibit quality business practices and Ford’s core principles. They were also recently awarded the special “Faithfully Serving the Community” award by the Wisconsin Family Business of the Year sponsors and judges.
“At Breaman Merrill Ford, we understand the needs of you and your family, because we are family,” said David Breaman, Manager. “Nothing is more important to us than satisfying your vehicle needs by delivering excellence in everything we do.”
Whether visiting them for service or purchasing a new or used vehicle, they provide a wide array of services to respond to your needs and simply improve the quality of your day. Remember, even though Ford is a proud part of their name, Breaman services all makes and models.
The Breaman Family support and participate in a variety of service-oriented community projects such as: Merrill Community Homeless Center, Merrill Area Food Pantry, St. Vincent De Paul Society, Salvation Army, Merrill Area United Way, Bell Tower Residence/ Sisters of Holy Cross, Big Brothers, Big Sisters, Area Parochial Schools and Churches, and local youth sporting events among others.
“It is awesome to have family owned businesses in our community,” said Debbe Kinsey, Merrill Chamber CEO. “Generations of family owned businesses taking care of generations of your family. The same sales, services and products. People you know and trust.”
It’s one more reason we say, Breaman Merrill Ford is homegrown and locally owned “For the Love of Merrill!”