Ferrari Maserati Lamborghini Exotic Car Club News

Saturday, March 22, 2008

Toll Brothers, Clydes of Broadlands, and M.O.B. Exotics Open Doors to Future Relationship

Filed under: Maserati of Baltimore — Connections Prep @ 6:05 pm

March 20, 2008 M.O.B. Exotics visits with Toll Brothers at Clyde’s of Broadlands

Business after hours, anyone? On a blustery Thursday evening, with a breeze that put a chill through our bones, we were welcomed to Clyde’s of Broadlands at Willow Creek Farm by Smita Lal of Toll Brothers homes. Every third Thursday of the month, real estate developers, executives, and professionals are welcomed to the unique farmhouse setting for a private party in the rear bar. Why was M.O.B. Exotics there? It’s simple–in the million dollar plus homes with three or more car garage virtues peppered all over the nations and heavy on the Eastern Seaboard, we were invited to help our Maseratis, Ferraris, and Lamborghinis to find their way home. Meeting with Andrew Cope, Sales Manager for the Waterford Ridge section in Waterford, Virginia, we were happy to discuss future ventures previewing our luxury automobiles at private venues (such as his plan to have dinner evenings where the executive chefs of DC prepare meals for small groups of elite customers and clientele in the model homes). We were also delighted to meet with Janet Sobie from GLOBAL IMPACT and her husband Walter Sobie of “The Bender Group” (serving the real estate clients of Old Town Alexandria and the Outer Banks). With cocktails flowing and a lovely, relaxed environment for the 50+ guests to enjoy, we were happy to offer all the developers and agents an open invitation to visit our dealerships both here in Maryland and at Ferrari of Washington in the coming months. We also finally had a chance to meet Yvonne Jansen, Sales Manager for Belmont Country Club, an Ashburn, Virginia Toll Brothers community. With the upcoming Summer Music Festivals and Golf Tournaments, we’ll look forward to bringing some of our cars down to do a “tour of country club homes”. Thank you, Smita! Lemon Drop Martinis again with you real soon…

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