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About Tony Stampone:

  Well, let's start with my dad has always told me I have gas in my veins. I've been around cars my whole life, from fixing them, racing them and selling them. Today, I am the Vice President of the Craig Zinn Automotive Group - Lexus, Toyota, Scion, Acura, Subaru and Spyker, and one of the largest pre-owned operations in the state of Florida. I've worked for Mr. Zinn for 23 years and I still come to work every day like it's my 1st day. I love what I do, helping people with their automotive needs, one person at a time and we treat each customer as we would a guest in our home.

About Robert Ladaga:

  My name is Robert Ladaga. I have been a Craig Zinn employee for the last 23 years. I started as a technician helper or, as is known in the industry, a trainee. As the years went by I was fortunate enough that Craig's Toyota of Hollywood sent me to all the schools. With a lot of schooling and hard work I moved up and became team leader, shop foreman, service writer, assistant service manager. Two years ago, I had my dream job offered to me and that was to be the service director for Lexus of Pembroke Pines. On a personal level, I am married to a beautiful woman named Yara and we have three wonderful kids, a 17 year old young man and 9 year old twins.

Answers to Our Facebook Trivia Questions:

Q: What did the NYC Police Department use to pursue speeding motorist in 1898?
A: Bicycle

Q: What country had one million vehicles in operation in 1928?
A: Canada

Q: What year was the first 3-color traffic light installed in Detroit?
A: 1919

Q: What company first introduced the first balloon tire in 1923?
A: Firestone & Rubber Company

Q: What car sold more than one million units in 1965. Setting a record that still stands today? 
A: Chevrolet Impala

Q: What was the first Japanese car to be produced in the United States? 
A: Honda Accord

Q: What year was the first woman driver in the US? 
A: 1898